Liverpool is asking for around £20m, not £10m, for Jordan Henderson

Jordan Henderson is a "mediocre player"! Former Tottenham midfielder questions assessment of 'three players' playing for Liverpool Transfers

England midfielder Jordan Henderson, who has been with Liverpool since 2011 and has brought numerous titles to the team, is about to embark on a new path. He has decided to accept a huge offer from Al Ettifaq of the Saudi Professional League and is expected to tell Klopp today.

For the former Sunderland midfielder, who is under contract until 2025, Fabrizio Romano had revealed that the Middle Eastern club was looking to get him for free, but Liverpool was reportedly demanding £10m.

However, a report has emerged that refutes it. According to Sky Sports reporter Melissa Reddy, Liverpool are expected to demand around £20m, double the £10m, and suggested that the transfer fees of other players who have moved to Saudi Arabia would be a reference.

On the side, £10m is too cheap for only a player who still plays for England. It is possible that Liverpool will lower the transfer fee considering his contribution over the years, but business is business. The club would like to extract as much money as possible, even if it means we can put the money towards future midfield reinforcements.

Liverpool will not hold up the player’s departure, and if they can even agree on a transfer fee, his departure to Saudi Arabia will be confirmed. And Jorg Schmatke is now once again active in the transfer market in an effort to secure the midfielder.