Liverpool: Fans concerned after Thiago removes reference to the club in his Instagram bio
Liverpool fans are freaking out after Thiago Alcantara REMOVES the club’s badge from his Instagram bio, fearing he could leave Anfield – some claim they are ‘heartbroken’
- Liverpool supporters are concerned after a change in Thiago’s Instagram bio
- There is uncertainty about the future of Thiago, who has another year on his contract
- Liverpool signed Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister this summer
Thiago Alcantara has removed ‘Liverpool FC’ from his Instagram biography, leaving supporters worried about his future at the club.
The midfielder has been at Liverpool for almost three years since moving from Bayern Munich and there are rumors he will leave when his contract expires next summer.
However, some Liverpool fans now fear that Thiago will leave the club sooner.
Twitter user Anything Liverpool noticed the change in Thiago’s Instagram bio, but noted that he still mentioned the club in his Twitter bio.
A Liverpool fan responded by writing: ‘I can’t take this pain’.
Liverpool fans are concerned after Thiago deleted the reference to the club in his Instagram bio
It remains uncertain whether the midfielder will be part of Jurgen Klopp’s plans
A Liverpool supporter noted that Thiago makes no reference to the club in his Instagram bio
Another said, “Damn, now I’m heartbroken.”
One fan wrote, “NOOO PLEASE.”
Meanwhile, another wrote: “Please don’t go.”
One supporter wrote: ‘Little saddened by this’.
Since arriving at Liverpool, Thiago has made 97 appearances, scoring three goals and providing six assists.
He won the FA Cup in 2022 and scored in the penalty shoot-out as Liverpool triumphed against Chelsea.
However, Thiago has spent a lot of time injured since joining Liverpool – last season he was limited to just 18 Premier League appearances as he struggled with hamstring and hip problems.
Liverpool have started the transfer window busy with the signing of midfielders Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister from RB Leipzig and Brighton respectively.
If Thiago stays at Liverpool, it remains to be seen how important he will play for Jurgen Klopp’s side next season.