On Sunday morning, Roberto Firmino paid a visit to his new mural outside Anfield, which was unveiled shortly before his final home appearance for the Reds. The painting features two images of the striker from his time with Liverpool, along with the words ‘Si Senor’ in reference to one of the most popular Kop chants of the modern era. Firmino arrived to see the artwork on the team bus, where he was serenaded by a group of supporters with another rendition of his famous song. The Brazilian joins the likes of Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jurgen Klopp and Ian Rush to be honoured in such a way, giving supporters another photo opportunity on matchdays. Firmino informed Klopp back in March of his decision to leave the club upon the expiry of his contract and has since gone on to register three goals and an assist as he has approached the end of his Liverpool career. His next move is yet to be confirmed, with Barcelona said to be among the favourites for the Brazilian’s signature as he prepares to leave on a free transfer.
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