Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne is training alone as he brings down the curtain on his career at the club.

The right-back, 28, is out of contract at the end of this month and is set to quit after not being offered an extension.

A Liverpool source has told Football Insider that the club have decided not to even offer Clyne a short-term deal to complete the season.

He is set to depart on 30 June and has been training on his own at the Merseysiders’ Academy in what is an ignominious end to his five-year spell.

The defender’s career has stalled in recent years, due to two serious injuries and the astonishing emergence of Trent Alexander-Arnold.

He has not had a single minute of senior action this season after suffering a cruciate ligament injury on Liverpool’s tour of the US last July.

The 14-times England international is likely to have to accept a major pay cut on his current deal, worth around £70,000-a-week and signed when he moved from Southampton in 2015.

As revealed by Football Insider earlier in March, Clyne is one of five senior Liverpool stars set for the exit in a significant summer overhaul.

The former Crystal Palace and Saints man was the first choice right-back in his early seasons at Anfield and has made 103 appearances in total for the club.

His last match for Liverpool was as a sub in a 5-1 drubbing of Arsenal in December 2018.

A few days later he joined Bournemouth on loan and was their first choice right-back in the second half of last season.

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