Emre Can has officially left Liverpool at the end of his contract and is expected to join Juventus imminently.
Throughout this season, reports have suggested that Can would choose to exit the Merseyside giants at the conclusion of his contract with Juventus known to be interested in the Germany worldwide.
Can, who made 167 appearances for the Reds after joining from Bayer Leverkusen in 2014, is set to move to Juventus.
He scores six goals in all competitions this past season, which was shortened by a back injury suffered in March.
Masterson was called into the first team squad earlier this year for Liverpool's tie against Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Having been out injured for two months before then, Can was left out of Germany's squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation.
Liverpool's Emre Can in action with Newcastle United's DeAndre Yedlin during their Premier League match in Liverpool March 3, 2018.
Also leaving Anfield is defender Jon Flanagan.
For Jon Flanagan, Liverpool Academy graduate, the picture is not so rosy as the 25-year-old doesn't have European heavyweights jostling for his signature.
Flanagan's contract had not been due to expire for another year.
Youth players Toni Gomes, Paulo Alves, Micheal Parker, Jordan Williams, Anthony Glennon, Jordan Hunter and Harvey Whyte will also leave the club.
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