Ozan Kabak has said goodbyes to Liverpool after his loan spell from Schalke 04 came to an end this summer.
Kabak joined Liverpool in January on loan as a cover at the back and went on to make 13 appearances before he picked up an injury that saw his season prematurely ended. It was expected that the defender's loan move will turn to permanent but it was announced the Reds opted against keeping him and instead brought Ibrahima Konate from Leipzig.
Ozan posted on his Twitter account with the caption, " Dear Liverpool family, I would like to thank you for the compassion and support you have shown towards me since the day I arrived. I believe the experience I have gathered during my four-month stay here has been a very important one."
"I have learnt a lot from my manager Jurgen Klopp and all my teammates and I was proud to be part of this special family."
"I will always remember my days here at Liverpool with great happiness and the special song which you have kindly gifted me. YNWA. Ozan."
Liverpool had the option to sign the Turk on a permanent deal worth £18 million but opted against triggering the switch, with Konate later signing for £36 million.