- Current club: Liverpool
- Date of Birth: 17 June 1990
- Birthplace: Sunderland, Sunderland, England
- Position: Midfielder
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Jordan Henderson will depart Al-Ettifaq for Dutch club Ajax before the end of this week, as the England international midfielder is hopeful that a transfer elsewhere will give him ample opportunity to prove himself at the highest level before this summer's Euro 2024 tournament. The goal for Henderson is to push his way back into England's starting XI and leaving Saudi Arabia is, in his opinion, the only way to guarantee that.
Former Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson, who is rumoured to be unhappy with the heat and humidity in Saudi Arabia, has been given an exit route to Ajax Amsterdam in the January transfer window. The Dutch club are seeking an experienced midfielder, and see Henderson as a possible signing this month.
Chelsea are reportedly one of the clubs that could consider signing former Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson this month.
A deal that will see Ryan Gravenberch exit Bayern Munich for Premier League club Liverpool is expected to be the major transfer of note on transfer deadline day today, as the 21-year-old Dutch international departs the German league champions after just one season. Liverpool are long-term admirers of the holding midfielder, and have had a bid of £45 million accepted by the Bavarian giants.
Liverpool have moved swiftly to sign Wataru Endo from VfB Stuttgart, with the Japanese midfielder agreeing a three-year deal at Anfield. The Reds have paid an up front £16.2 million to sign the 30-year-old.
Liverpool will today complete a deal to sign 30-year-old defensive midfielder Wataru Endo, after the departure of some of the Anfield club's top midfielders so far this summer. Endo, who arrives at Liverpool from VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga, played 99 times in the German top flight and arrives at the club to finalize brand new look midfield.
Liverpool could reportedly step up their interest in signing PSV midfielder Ibrahim Sangare.
Liverpool's pursuit of a new midfielder could have landed on RB Leipzig's talented defensive anchorman Ilaix Moriba, the Guinean starlet who spent last season on loan with La Liga club Valencia. Moriba, who has played for several of Spain's youth sides, is a full international for Guinea and the 20-year-old is regarded as one of Europe's best young central midfielders.
Liverpool midfielder Fabinho looks set to follow Jordan Henderson to Saudi Arabia in the coming days.
Liverpool have a free run at signing Southampton midfielder Romeo Lavia ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea this summer.