By Harvey Byrne
Young midfielder Pedro Chirivella has sent his farewells to the Go Ahead Eagles fans on Twitter with his loan move from Liverpool coming to an end.
The 19-year-old made the switch to the Dutch top-flight side in January until the end of the season and has since competed in 17 matches, scoring two goals while providing two himself.
He is highly regarded in Holland, but the youngster was ultimately unable to prevent Go Ahead Eagles from finishing in bottom place with just 23 points won from 34 league matches.
Now, with the Eredivisie reaching it’s climax across the weekend Chirivella has sent his goodbyes to the Dutch club’s fan base via his personal Twitter account, stating that he’d never forget their support with the player now expected to rejoin the Reds.
Chirivella has played five times for the Liverpool fist team since his move from Spanish side Valencia in 2013.
He has also made his Premier League debut, starting the match against Swansea last May before being substituted off at half time in the 3-1 defeat at the Liberty Stadium.
The young Spaniard has since failed to make an appearance for Jurgen Klopp’s team, but he will be hoping the experience in Holland can help push him on with three years left on his contract.
In other Liverpool news, Leon Osman has stated how Klopp can turn Daniel Sturridge back into a prolific star.