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Will Roberto Firmino stay in Liverpool? The striker spoke about his continuity

The only doubt is that his contract expires in the summer of 2023 and there is no news about his renewal.

By Wilian Estrella

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It was thought as a real possibility that Roberto Firmino would leave Liverpool, because according to rumors in the European press a possible departure to Juventus was in the cards. However, the Brazilian striker spoke about his future with Liverpool and made it clear that he wants to win whatever comes in 2022/23 with the 'Reds'.

Jurgen Klopp's team will start the season with motivation, after beating Manchester City 3-1 in the Community Shield last weekend. Now, according to Firmino, Liverpool will not only revalidate the FA Cup and Carabao Cup titles, but also want to conquer the Premier League and Champions League titles, which they were close to winning last season.

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"I am grateful for last season. I don't want to downplay the importance of winning the two trophies, but we were chasing all four and unfortunately it didn't happen. Who knows this season, we will go for all four trophies again, but it's about taking it step by step, working very hard to get there. Of course it's possible and our goal is to win all four trophies," the Brazilian mentioned to the club's media.

Despite all the rumors that placed him in the orbit of Juventus and other top teams, the Brazilian attacker confirmed in an interview for TNT Sports Brazil that he does not want to leave Liverpool. "I love this team, the city and the fans. I'm here at Liverpool and I want to stay," said the man who started the Community Shield against Manchester City in the Reds' first official match of the season.

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On the other hand, Fabrizio Romano confirmed that Juventus have never opened talks to sign Roberto Firmino, to the point that they never communicated with his agents. The Brazilian's continuity at Anfield Road is assured for next season, despite rumors that he will leave due to the arrival of Darwin Nunez in this summer transfer window.