Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

Liverpool star Roberto Firmino gifted teammates, friends, and family with 200 personalised boxes as a departing gift as a token of gratitude ahead of his exit from the Reds. The club had earlier announced that Firmino will be leaving the club in June when his contract expires after eight successful years at the Merseysiders. The Brazilian forward won the Premier League, Champions League, FA Club, and League Club.

The smart-looking gift boxes had his name and a gold logo on the outside, with a message, "Thank you for being a part of this story," written on the inside. The box had a timeline elaborating on Firmino’s highs at Liverpool over the past eight years, with the Premier League and Champions League titles among them.

The Brazilian striker held a farewell party for his teammates, club employees, friends, and family on Sunday, where he handed them 200 personalised gift boxes that contained a signed Liverpool Firmino number nine shirt with “Si Senor” on the inside of the neck and “with love Bobby” underneath the badge. In addition to this, the box also contained a specialised perfume. 

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The 31-year-old forward was given an emotional standing ovation by the Liverpool fans and a guard of honour from his teammates during his last game at the Anfield on Saturday. In return, the Brazilian made his final appearance with an equaliser keeping the team’s hopes alive during a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa. As the crowd chanted his name, Firmino left the pitch in tears.