Through a message on his Instagram account, the departing midfielder addressed Liverpool supporters.
After leaving Anfield, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain posted a refined message to Liverpool supporters.
The midfielder’s contract with the Premier League’s giants expired this summer, and he was one of four long-tenured players to bid the club farewell. During his six seasons at the club, Oxlade-Chamberlain played 146 times for the Reds across all competitions, winning the Premier League and Champions League.
The 29-year-old also obtained both domestic cup medals wearing the Liverpool colors. Although he hasn’t decided what to do next, the former Arsenal star and England international bid his fans farewell on Instagram with an emotional message and a moving video.
In a short caption, the departing Oxlade-Chamberlain wrote: “Through the highs, lows and everything in between, thank you for everything. YNWA.”
He continued: “Where do we start? It’s just by saying thank you.
“Thank you for being there to share some incredible moments with us, for your contribution to our success, and, most importantly, for helping to forge some priceless memories with us. Along the way, there have been setbacks, but with each one, I made every effort to get back up and wear the red shirt again.
“I am aware that you followed me at all times. I’ll always be appreciative for that.
“[Winning] the Premier League, the Champions League, and everything that came after throughout Europe and the rest of the world was special, but those two parades, watching you all cover the city in red, was an experience I’m grateful to have shared.
“I leave a different man than the one who joined six years ago, and these are the moments I now get to share with my son as he grows. It’s time for the journey we’ve been on together to come to an end; it’s been an unforgettable one.
“Therefore, once more, from the bottom of my heart, thank you for letting me be a member of your club and for all that you did for my family and I. Gratitude to you for your assistance over the past six years of this journey.”