The former Liverpool striker Michael Robinson has died at the age of 61.
A tweet from Robinson's verified Twitter account on Tuesday confirmed the news, saying: "With tremendous sadness we tell you about Michael's passing.
"It leaves us with a great emptiness, but also countless memories, filled with the same love that you have shown for him.
Robinson, who the European Cup, Division One title and the League Cup in 1984 in his first - and only - full season with Liverpool, revealed in December 2018 he had been diagnosed with a malignant melanoma.
During a career which started with Preston, Robinson also played for Manchester City.
He also scored four goals in 24 appearances for the Republic of Ireland.
He later had a successful career as a broadcaster in Spain.
The tributes started pouring in for Robinson, with Liverpool's former Spanish internationals Xabi Alonso and Luis Garcia taking to Twitter to pass on their condolences.
Alonso wrote: "You'll never walk alone Michael!! Rest in peace."
Garcia wrote: "R.I.P Michael Robinson. The Liverpool legend that got in all the Spanish homes with his fantastic commentaries every Weekend !! #YNWA."
Graeme Souness described Robinson as a "close pal," and told the Football Show on Sky Sports that it was a sad day.
"My friendship started with him when he first joined Liverpool, we used to go to the Top Hat on a Thursday night for dinner, his wife and my wife as well, then obviously we became great pals at Liverpool.
Manchester City tweeted: "We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Michael Robinson. "Everyone at Manchester City sends their love and thoughts to Michael's family and friends at this extremely difficult time."