Ozan Kabak says heartbreaking goodbye to Liverpool teammate


Ozan Kabak has reportedly said his goodbyes to his Liverpool team-mates after finding out the club would not be signing him permanently

Kabak arrived Liverpool in January on loan from Schalke as the  Reds battled injury crisis at the back.

The centre-half was a regular in defence during his short stint at Anfield, but on Monday he moved out of his house in Formby ahead of his return to Germany, reports the Athletic.

Liverpool could've retained his services by triggering an £18m option in his loan deal, but opted not to.

Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip will all be returning from injury this summer.

And the Reds signing Ibrahima Konate from Leipzig could be another reason why a permanent deal for  the Turk was held back.

Kabak said recently he refuses to "day dream" and remains focused on improving as a player.

"I try to plan about my career and be better at what I do instead of daydreaming," he says, in an end-of-season interview with Liverpool's official programme.

"In football, teams can become champions by winning games and footballers can become more valuable by improving themselves.

"And I am focused on being a much more valuable asset for my club and country."

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