English Premier League club Liverpool announced on Monday that it had left the heart of its Karate defense, Diane Leuven, to Zenit St. Petersburg, Russia, after 6 seasons at Anfield.
A statement on the club's website said, "Liverpool confirms Diane Leuven's transfer to Zenit St. Petersburg in a permanent deal."
The deal may carry unhappy news for Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, who has been a close friend of the savings since Al-Masry arrived in the team in 2017.
The 31-year-old Croatian arrived in Liverpool in July 2014 with Southampton, and he played 185 matches with the team in all competitions, during which he scored 8 goals.
Leuven's most prominent goals were header in stoppage time against Germany's Borussia Dortmund, who qualified Liverpool to the Europa League semi-finals in April 2016.
And Leuven leaves the summer of the world champion 2018 in the ranks of his country, "Anfield" stadium after playing an important role last season in crowning the team the Champions League title at the expense of Tottenham.
He also won the European Super Cup and Club World Cup, and finally the Premier League title achieved by Liverpool this season after a wait of 30 years.