Jordan Henderson sent transfer message to Tottenham Hotspur as Liverpool prepare for Xherdan Shaqiri sale – .

Jordan Henderson sent transfer message to Tottenham Hotspur as Liverpool prepare for Xherdan Shaqiri sale – .

Here is your Liverpool Morning Digest for Tuesday July 27th.
Jordan Henderson sent transfer message to Tottenham Hotspur with admission to Liverpool

Jordan Henderson is “everything” Tottenham Hotspur need, insists a former North London club player who has urged the Liverpool captain to join them.

Potential question marks have been raised over Henderson’s future at Anfield after a shock report in Athletic claimed no progress had been made on a new deal for the Reds skipper despite contractual talks that took place over the summer.

The Spurs Web quotes White Hart Lane old boy Jamie O’Hara as telling talkSPORT that he “would love” to see Henderson in a Tottenham shirt even though he admits he can’t see the move actually happening.

He said: “I would love him at Spurs. He is all we need.

“He’s a leader. A character in the field. He’s a driving force in the midfield. I would absolutely love him to be with Spurs. “

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Xherdan Shaqiri regrets as Liverpool prepare to sell after Jurgen Klopp’s pre-season experience

With Xherdan Shaqiri now having made public his desire to make a fresh start this summer, one of Liverpool’s most unusual careers of recent times is nearing its conclusion.

Three seasons, 63 appearances, eight goals and medals in the Premier League, Champions League, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup sound like a major success on the surface.

But the player and fans who saw him represent the Reds will think he might have done more still during his time at Anfield.

Without a doubt, his biggest contribution was an assist for Gini Wijnaldum’s header in this 4-0 victory over Barcelona in the semi-final.

But that the opportunity to participate in this game only presented itself following a rare injury to Mohamed Salah summed up how things would play out in large part for him at Liverpool.

The Swiss never seemed a natural replacement for his faster colleague, while Klopp never seemed convinced he should stick with a 4-2-3-1 system that could have suited him better.

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