'Advanced' shock exit links emerge for senior Liverpool midfielder, it's not Thiago - LiverpoolWorld

‘Advanced’ shock exit links emerge for senior Liverpool midfielder, it’s not Thiago – LiverpoolWorld

The roller coaster of Jurgen Klopp’s midfield restructuring continues to take fans on this wild ride.

With two new signings in midfield, three exits already confirmed and plenty of high-profile stories yet to be fed into the transfer rumor mill, the shake-up of Liverpool’s midfield is making for plenty of entertainment. However, this recent update could be the story of the summer for the Reds, if the story turns out to be true.

Al-Ettifaq hopes to follow in similar footsteps to other clubs in the Saudi Pro League, having won the likes of Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kanté and Rúben Neves in recent weeks alone. Gerrard’s new club has yet to sign this window, but it would be quite a statement to lure Jurgen Klopp’s captain away from the club to which he has devoted 12 years of his career.

Tanzi followed up on Twitter with further news, stating that some sources have reported that the situation between Al-Ettifaq and Henderson is “very advanced.” The 33-year-old has two years left on his contract and while he has been a key player and role model, Klopp’s current plans to revamp his engine room could see Henderson being ousted from a regular role.

Last season, the skipper remained heavily involved in the first team, but was a volatile starter. During some Premier League games he was brought on with very little time to spare – his shortest appearance was just eight minutes against Chelsea.

New recruits Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai are sure to be nailed as frequent starters for the Reds, with Fabinho or a new defensive midfielder taking on the number 6 role. There are still the likes of Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott and Stefan Bajčetić to consider

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