Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno will leave Liverpool this summer when their contracts expire.
Sturridge joined the club from Chelsea in January 2013, scoring 67 goals in 160 appearances for Liverpool, while Moreno played 141 times after moving to Merseyside from Sevilla in August 2014.
Both have struggled for game time in recent seasons but manager Jurgen Klopp paid tribute to the pair, who leave Anfield as Champions League winners following Saturday’s 2-0 win over Tottenham.
“The most important words to say to these two remarkable players is ‘thank you’,” Klopp told the club’s website.
“They were here when I arrived as manager and during that period they – as much as anyone – helped to establish us as a team that would be heading in the right direction. Without them we wouldn’t be the team and club we are in this moment.
“I wish both players nothing but success and joy wherever their journey takes them next. Whoever has them next will be so lucky to have these outstanding personalities in their ranks.
“We will miss them of course, but we can say farewell with the best words possible: Guys, you leave as European Champions.”