According to The Sun, Liverpool are willing to listen to offers for midfielder Jordan Henderson.
The report claims that the former Sunderland man is attracting interest from Tottenham Hotspur and boss Jurgen Klopp will not stand in his way if he wishes to depart the club.
Henderson has been a key figure for Liverpool over the past few seasons, taking over the captaincy from the departed Steven Gerrard and filling the void left by the Kop hero.
The 25-year-old’s importance can be illustrated by the amount of games played since his return from injury, jumping straight back in to the first-team with Klopp unwilling to drop him from captain duties.
He has played 15 Premier League games this season, scoring two goals and providing three assists.
However, the report says that Klopp will not stand in anybody’s way should they wish to leave, including Henderson who has been attracting interest from Premier League rivals Spurs.
“If a player, and let’s not say it’s Hendo but any player, says ‘I want to leave’, you have to start thinking. I don’t want a player who doesn’t want to be in the squad,” Klopp explained.
While Liverpool seemingly are not actively looking to sell their captain, Klopp’s message is clear as every player, no matter who, must be on board with his and club’s ideas or else they can go elsewhere.