Turkish footballer Ozan Muhammed Kabak pens down a sensational message as he leaves Anfield on a return to Germany.
The Schalke 04 centre back moved to Liverpool at the start of the year on a short term loan, with the absence of crucial Liverpool defenders such as Joel Matip, Joe Gomez and Virjil Van Dijk, the 21 year old got quite enough time to prove himself.
He managed to play a total of 9 matches for the Reds with Liverpool closely monitoring his performance on the pitch. Liverpool had earlier resorted to signing him but they eventually went for Ibrahima Konate from Leipzig. Kabak is set to leave Anfield as he returns to Germany, however, the Turkish player has written an emotional message to Liverpool fraternity for the support they gave him while playing for the Merseyside club. Terming his stay as an incredible one, Ozan also thanked the club's coach, Jürgen Klopp for granting him the opportunity to play and showcase his immense defensive talent. Ozan Kabak joined Schalke 04 from Stuttgart in 2019 and had two years playing for the club.
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