Maxi Rodriguez's career at Liverpool has come to an end with the striker heading home to Argentina.
The 31-year old has signed a deal with Newell's Old Boys ending a two-and-a-half-year stint with the Reds and a decade stay in Europe.
Rodriguez addressed the Anfield fans with an open letter notifying them of his departure from Merseyside.
"Dear Reds, I am leaving Liverpool FC today," read the letter.
"Before signing for LFC, I just saw the club as one of the greatest institutions in football. After my time here I can confirm that this is not just a great club but also a great family.
"I have tried to give everything every day that I was wearing the LFC crest. It has been a great honour to defend this shirt during two and a half years. I am returning home with a suitcase full of great memories, good friends within the team and also within this great family that works every day in the club.
"Thanks a lot for your support. You can NOT imagine what a great honour it was for me when the Kop sang, 'Maxi, Maxi Rodríguez runs down the wing for me da da da da dada...'
"Hasta la vista."