Glen Johnson
Glen Johnson is set to leave Liverpool this summer after a six-year stint on Merseyside. Getty Images

Liverpool have confirmed that right-back Glen Johnson and goalkeeper Brad Jones will leave the club on 30 June once their contracts at Anfield expire.

Their departures follow that of Steven Gerrard and the arrivals of James Milner, Danny Ings and Adam Bodgan from Bolton.

The England international full-back moved to the Merseysiders in summer 2009 after manager Rafa Benitez agreed to pay £17.5m to Portsmouth to secure his services.

Having previously played both at West Ham and Chelsea, Johnson has been an important player for Liverpool during the last six campaigns.

The 30-year-old right-back made 28 appearances during the 2014-15 season despite missing a number of game due to injury.

In April, the player hinted his days at Anfield were numbered after he was asked whether he will leave the club this summer. "I would have thought so," said Johnson at the time.

"I haven't got a contract. We will have to wait and see. I don't think so but we have to wait and see."

Meanwhile, Jones will also leave the club after joining from Middlesbrough in 2010.

He has made just 27 appearances as backup to both Pepe Reina and then to Simon Mignolet.

"Liverpool FC have confirmed that Glen Johnson and Brad Jones are among the players who will leave the club when their contracts expire at the end of this month," the club confirmed.

Furthermore the club have also confirmed academy midfielders Jordan Lussey and Marc Pelosi are also set to depart the club on free transfers on June 30.