The official Liverpool FC site posted this letter from Sissoko to the fans.
Dear Liverpool fans,
As soon as I arrived in Liverpool I realised how much this team meant.
Now, after two and a half years I have to say goodbye and I can't hide the great sorrow I feel in leaving one of the best clubs in Europe.
Liverpool FC as a club, its fans, its coaches and my team-mates have together helped me to become a better player and, above all, a better person.
Liverpool FC is one of the greatest. The Liverpool fans never desert their team.
Even in the worst moments you have a strong sense that the fans are with you, supporting you as much as they can, never giving up, those fans make Liverpool even stronger. I really want to thank them for helping me to feel and to understand what football means in its purest form.
I also think Liverpool FC functions this way because of its leaders; Rafael Benitez works from dawn to dusk, and the players know they must fight for the red shirt in every second of every match.
Now I am beginning a new adventure in another big European Club in Juventus. They have also now put their faith in me.
I shall play to my best in every single match, I shall fight hard for my new shirt to the end, but when every match is finished, I know what I'll do first - I shall ask about the results of Liverpool FC.
Everybody knows the legend "You'll Never Walk Alone" and I shall never ever forget the experience and the team.
I want to thank everyone for the opportunity and wish everyone all the best for the future.
With my best regards,
Very classy move on his part. He could have bashed Benitez for not playing him more, but took the high road. I'm glad to hear that Rafa works from dawn to dusk. I, myself, work from dusk to dawn, but that's because I have vampires to kill.
I didn't make that last part up.
Okay, maybe I did--but if I didn't, you heard it here first.