Henderson close to leaving Liverpool
Jordan Henderson was brought to Liverpool from Sunderland in 2011 for 20 Million by the then manager Kenny Dalglish - and the Liverpool captain, who has won the Champions League and the English championship with the club for the first time in 30 years, still has a contract with "The Reds ”until the summer of 2023. However, current and complicated contract negotiations suggest that Henderson will not end his football days in Liverpool. It writes The Athletic according to the Mirror.
In 2015, Henderson took over the iconic captain's armband from Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, and since then, the English midfielder has filled the unreasonable role-playing position to near perfection. Henderson, who is already considered to be 'becoming' a so-called club legend, is loved by Liverpool supporters, and the club previously announced that they were making an offer in the form of a contract extension that would see Henderson end his active playing career at the Merseyside club. But since then, no progress has been made, which now opens up a potential Henderson farewell.