Liverpool will bid farewell to long-serving club captain Steven Gerrard this weekend, but young forward Raheem Sterling could also be playing his final game for the club at Stoke on Sunday.
Manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed that the process to offer the 20-year-old England international a new contract had begun in January, but since then little or no progress has been made. Both the player and his agent have made public pronouncements that have thrown Sterling's future at Anfield into doubt.
Roy Hodgson wants Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard to take on coaching roles with England when they finish their respective spells in the United States.
After 37 years' collective service, Gerrard and Lampard will play their final games in the Premier League this weekend.
Seventeen years after making his debut, Gerrard will don the Liverpool shirt for the final time at Stoke and Lampard's 20-year spell in the top-flight will end following Manchester City's home game against Southampton.