Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino offers himself to Barcelona
The Brazil forward is out of contract in the summer and looking for a new club
Roberto Firmino will not remain at Liverpool and will leave the English club for free on June 30 when his current contract expires, according to Sky Sports.
The Brazilian striker has already spoken in person with manager Jürgen Klopp about his departure, assuring him that he will "fight until the last moment for Liverpool".
Firmino is already looking for new teams to start a new football adventure with, though, and has offered himself to Barça, according to Onefootball.
He who would arrive at Camp Nou for free, would fulfill the criteria of signing a 'low-cost' striker so that Robert Lewandowski has the option of resting while also adding competition in the centre-forward position.
Barça are keeping a close eye on players coming to the end of their contracts, as they did previously with Kessié and Christensen.