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“Thank you and I will always remember my days with you” Capac bid farewell to Liverpool with a moving message

Turkish player Ozan Kabak sent a message to his colleagues in Liverpool after his loan period from Schalke officially ended today, July 1, stressing that he learned a lot from the Reds' experience throughout his four-month joining the first team.

And the Liverpool website published the text of the Turkish farewell letter, Ozan Kabak, to Liverpool, in which he said, "Dear Liverpool family, I would like to thank you for the sympathy and support you have shown me since my arrival. I think the experience I learned from during my four-month stay here was very important."

He continued, "I learned a lot from 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 you gave me. You'll never walk alone."

And regarding Liverpool’s deals, the professional English club, Liverpool, announced within its Egyptian international ranks, Mohamed Salah, the renewal of the contract of its goalkeeper, Kevin Kelleher, with a long-term contract with the Reds.

And Liverpool published a statement on its official website and account on Twitter, which said: “Queen Kelleher has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool Football Club, as the goalkeeper put a pen on the paper regarding the deal after the end of the 2020-21 season to link his future with the Reds after an intervening season. He has played five first-team matches and appeared in both the English Premier League and the UEFA Champions League.

The 22-year-old also won his first international match for the Republic of Ireland earlier this month, as he came on as a second-half substitute against Hungary in Budapest.

Speaking about the new contract, Keeler told Liverpool's website, "I'm happy to have crossed the line and finally completed it.