Jordan Henderson’s words by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp send a clear transfer message to FSG.
Jordan Henderson has emerged as a surprise candidate to leave Liverpool this summer, which may irritate Jurgen Klopp.
Jurgen Klopp has previously expressed his admiration for Jordan Henderson, sending a clear indication to the club’s owners that he wants to keep their captain.
The midfielder has emerged as a surprise candidate to leave Liverpool this summer, causing alarm among fans.
Henderson’s contract has two years left on it and he will be 33 when it expires, so he may no longer be a regular starter for them.
Klopp’s rebuilding of the Reds has been aided by him. In 2020, their partnership won the Champions League, ending the club’s 30-year wait for a top-flight title.
Klopp has faced Henderson the most times of any coach in the 31-year-career, old’s with 243 appearances.
Henderson, according to The Athletic on Monday, may not sign a new contract because he is unsure how often he would play under Klopp in the future.
Liverpool are reportedly interested in acquiring a new midfielder this summer, although any newcomer will most likely be a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum, not Henderson.
Klopp has a history of publicly complimenting Henderson, who has also played 64 times for England and scored his first international goal in England’s 4-0 Euro 2020 win against Ukraine.
Henderson’s contribution at Liverpool was the subject of a documentary aired by LFCTV in June, and Klopp lauded the player’s longevity.
The German said, “It’s a fantastic thing.”
“It’s a fantastic achievement, and there’s no doubt he’s a Liverpool legend who will go on forever. I am quite pleased with him.
“Our tale is very much Hendo’s story, and you could see how thrilled everyone was for him when we won it, and how much everyone wanted him to get the trophy and all of that.
“That’s a huge sign from a team; you don’t see that very often.
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“So, most of the time, I would say, people respect their captain, but respect and love – not so much.”Brinkwire Summary News”.