Jordan Henderson has one thing left to achieve before he leaves Liverpool

One way or another, Jordan Henderson’s future at Liverpool may be settled by the end of the week.

The Reds are due to fly to Germany on Saturday for a pre-season training camp and are planning the trip with their captain in line as things stand.

Interest from Saudi Arabia remains, however, and while Liverpool have yet to receive any official approach from Saudi Pro League clubs, it will be interesting to see if any encouragement is given from Henderson. At the age of 33, the Reds captain may feel it is time for pastures new after 12 years on Merseyside. Alternatively, the captain may believe he is best served by continuing to make amends for a disappointing campaign last time out.

Here, the ECHO writers have their say on what Henderson should do – and the implications of a sudden and shocking end to a storied and legendary Liverpool career.

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“Controversial move would be hard to explain given campaign history”

Paul Gorst: It is now two years since Jordan Henderson’s future was the subject of any real debate. Having seen a number of his colleagues sign new terms in the summer of 2021, the Reds captain remained without a contract of his own as rumors circulated of interest from Atletico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.

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