Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson “going to Saudi Arabia” is getting closer?

Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson "going to Saudi Arabia" is getting closer? Transfers

England midfielder Jordan Henderson, who moved from Sunderland in 2011, is the oldest player in the current Liverpool team and has continued to lead the team as captain.

His talent blossomed when Jurgen Klopp took over as manager, and he has led the team to numerous titles.

Although he is 33 years old, he also plays for the national team and has shown a high level of leadership in a national team that includes many young players.

With James Milner out of the club, he is expected to play a key role in the final stages of the game, in addition to being the spiritual pillar of the team.

According to the L’Equipe, Steven Gerrard, who has taken over as Al-Ettifaq’s new manager, is interested in signing the player who gave up the captain’s mark at Liverpool, and negotiations with Henderson to go to Saudi Arabia are moving forward.

He has been a threat at Anfield with 33 goals and 61 assists in a total of 492 games, and let’s not forget about his other activities besides scoring. He has also won the Premier League title, which not even Gerrard was able to achieve, and has held up every trophy he could win.

There is no way Liverpool would let go of their captain, who is under contract until 2025, and a move to a Middle Eastern club is likely to remain just a rumor. However, there could be a case, like Sadio Mane, who has won it all and is now looking for a new place to play.

Unless the former Sunderland midfielder makes a direct appeal to Klopp and the owners for a transfer, a reunion with Gerrard is a low-probability story.

The Saudis, who have been aggressively reinforcing their squad to attract star players from various countries, will defy prior expectations and make the acquisition of the Liverpool midfielder a reality…?