Jordan Henderson, the captain of Liverpool Football Club, has reportedly accepted a proposal from Saudi Arabian club Al Ettifaq. According to Fabrizio Romano, a reliable football journalist, Henderson has agreed to the terms of the deal, but the agreement is still verbal. The contract has been agreed upon, but the deal now depends on negotiations between Liverpool and Al Ettifaq on the transfer fee.
The Daily Mail reported that Henderson’s weekly salary at Al Ettifaq will be €700,000, which is significantly higher than his current weekly salary at Liverpool, which stands at €190,000. The proposed transfer has caused a stir in the football world, as Henderson has been an integral part of Liverpool’s success in recent years.
Henderson has been with Liverpool since 2011 and has made over 400 appearances for the club. He has won numerous trophies with the team, including the Premier League, Champions League, and Club World Cup. He is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world and has been a key player for both Liverpool and the England national team.
The news of Henderson’s potential departure from Liverpool has shocked many fans, but it is a reflection of the changing landscape of football. The financial power of some clubs in the Middle East has allowed them to offer lucrative deals to top players from around the world.
Henderson’s departure would be a significant loss for Liverpool, both on and off the pitch. He has been a leader and a role model for the team, and his departure would leave a big void in the squad. However, Liverpool will have to weigh up the financial benefits of the transfer against the impact on the team.
It remains to be seen whether Liverpool will agree to the transfer fee proposed by Al Ettifaq. If they do, it is likely that Henderson will leave the club and embark on a new chapter in his career.