After spending 17-year career at Anfield, Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is set to leave his boyhood club in summer.
The 34-year-old is expected to complete a move to the Major League Soccer side La Galaxy in the summer, according to BBC Sport.
Gerrard, who notched 13 goals along with 13 assists last season, has won the Champions League title, UEFA Cup, two FA Cups and three League Cups during his Reds career.
The news was a big shock to the Liverpool fans, and here is a selection of our favourite reaction from twitter to Gerrard’s exit news.
Sad day for Lfc & English football with the Gerrard news, I think it’s the right decision all things considered.
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) January 1, 2015
Don’t think anyone will ever match what Gerrard’s done for LFC. Will always remain my favourite player ever
— Ammar (@YRCHDVideos) January 1, 2015
Privileged to watch Gerrard’s entire #LFC career. Was there in Istanbul to see him pick up big ears. Best ever player & legend.
— Jay (@Jay82_LFC) January 1, 2015
Not every legends career ends as cleanly as Carras. But they do all end. As much as we will always adore them, the club must move on #Legend
— Mike Wilson (@Redsmail) January 1, 2015
Steven Gerrard is possibly the greatest player in the history of #LFC. I wish him all the best.
— Michael Owen (@mfowen91) January 1, 2015
Hard not to feel sad that Gerrard is to leave LFC. A perfect partnership that embodied the loyalty & passion that’s now too rare in the game
— Dan Roan (@danroan) January 1, 2015
Seems Steven Gerrard is set to leave Liverpool at the end of the season. One of the finest players to have graced the PL. A top, top player.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 1, 2015
Gerrard only 4th best Liverpool player I’ve seen – after 1) Souness, 2) Dalglish 3) Suarez.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 1, 2015
Mark my words Gerrard is the greatest player to have played for #lfc sad sad day for everyone connected with the club
— Terry McDermott (@TerryMac777) January 1, 2015
Gerrard has been a top quality midfielder. He’s carried Liverpool for years. Better than Scholes, Keano and Robbo though? Not a chance.
— Alan Tonge (@Alan_Tonge) January 1, 2015