‘Hendo’ bid farewell to ‘Swans’, receive big money in Saudi league, follow ‘Gerrard’

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Good media indicates that Jordan Henderson, the veteran captain of Liverpool, is interested in receiving an offer from Al-Ettifak, a team in the oil millionaire league with Steven Gerrard in charge of the team, preparing to make a decision. future football soon

The Athletic, a reliable media outlet, reports that Jordan Henderson, captain of the Liverpool team in the Premier League, has Likely to accept an offer from Al-Ettifaq, a Saudi Pro League club with proposals for consideration It will receive four times the wages received with the team at Anfield and is expected to have a decision on their own future soon.

'Hendo' bid farewell to 'Swans', receive big money in Saudi league, follow 'Gerrard'

The 33-year-old midfielder still has two years left on his contract with the Reds on the four-year deal he signed in the summer of 2021. There must be an agreement about the value between the team of local. Merseyside and the ทางเข้า ufabet https://ufabet999.com club from the land of oil millionaires. If this star player decides to move to gold mining. In the Arab League with former teammate Steven Gerrard who has recently been appointed as a new coach

Hendo was expected to will be playing less Due. To the arrival of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominic Soboslai in the summer. Because of German coach Jurgen Klopp. Want to overhaul the new midfield using young and fresh players. As a result, his future will probably sit mostly on the bench, while Stevie G believes the star’s experience will make Al-Ettifak stronger .

The Daily Mail initially reported that Henderson probably won’t be thinking of leaving the Reds for now. Due to concerns about his place in the England national team. Which prepares for Euro 2024 while his family is worried about moving to live in the Middle East. But The Athletic believes that he will have an additional income of about 700,000 pounds or about 32 million baht per week. A 2-year contract and an extension for an additional year, it’s quite interesting.

For Henderson, who joined from Sunderland in 2011 and was appointed captain after Gerrard left in 2015. He has been with the Reds for 12 seasons, making 492 appearances in all competitions, scoring 33 goals. Finished fifth in the table, missing out on qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.