Henderson removed from training ground after his move to Saudi


Jordan Henderson has been reportedly removed from the Liverpool’s training ground after his move to Saudi Arabian club Al-Ettifaq.

After 12 year long stay at the Mersyside club, Henderson left the club after winning all coveted trophies for Reds. Al-Ettifaq payed a reported amount of £12 million for the midfielder.

He left Anfield this summer as one of the most successful captains in club’s history. Liverpool won the Premier League for the first time in 2019-20 after long wait of 30 years.

However, after his departure, it was reported that Henderson’s image was removed from Liverpool’s AXA training centre.

According to Echo, a picture of Henderson’s image was removed from AXA training centre as it was replaced image of Trent Alexander-Arnold alongside the quote :-

“I’m just a normal lad from Liverpool whose dreams have just come true.”

There were few changes in Liverpool’s squad this summer as Jurgen Klopp enjoying the new obstacles this season. He said last week :-

“I was really excited about the rebuild, the new way, the new energy.

“We decided last year we had to change a lot. We are not stable yet, there are so many things not (right)… but we are really good already. Aston Villa was a really, really, really good game, but then two weeks later (against Wolves) we played a really, really, really bad first half.”

“Nobody wants to see that but it’s part of the deal. When you want to change things you can’t expect everything to click from the first moment.

“This was the new Liverpool, Liverpool 2.0! But this was only one glimpse of what we can be, we

don’t know where we can end up.”

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