Liverpool transfer news: Emre Can's future up in the air as contract runs down

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Find out how long each player on the books at Anfield has left on their current deal, with the German midfielder entering the final year of his terms

Liverpool are looking to tie Emre Can down to a longer-term deal ahead of the expiry of his current contract in 2018.

Otherwise, the Reds have secured the futures of most of their key stars, with Philippe Coutinho recently agreeing terms to extend his stay at Anfield to 2022 and Sadio Mane's contract running out only a year earlier.

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Here is the full list of Liverpool contracts and their expiry dates.


Player Position
Alex Manninger Goalkeeper
Lucas Leiva Midfielder
Adam Bogdan Goalkeeper


Player Position
Emre Can Midfielder


Player Position
Ragnar Klavan Defender
Daniel Sturridge Forward
Divock Origi Forward
Connor Randall Defender
Alberto Moreno Defender
Ben Woodburn Midfielder
Jon Flanagan Defender
Lazar Markovic Midfielder
Andre Wisdom Defender


Player Position
Jordan Henderson Midfielder
Nathaniel Clyne Defender
Sheyi Ojo Midfielder
Joel Matip Defender
Roberto Firmino Forward
Danny Ings Forward
Marko Grujic Midfielder
Adam Lallana Midfielder
James Milner Midfielder
Mamadou Sakho Defender


Player Position
Dejan Lovren Defender
Georginio Wijnaldum Midfielder
Kevin Stewart Midfielder
Trent Alexander-Arnold Defender
Loris Karius Goalkeeper
Sadio Mane Forward
Simon Mignolet Goalkeeper
Danny Ward Goalkeeper


Player Position
Philippe Coutinho Midfielder
Joe Gomez Defender

Players in italics are currently out on loan. Information sourced from and Goal's club correspondents.

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