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Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool want to keep Jordan Henderson at the club. But he doesn’t want to get in the way for the midfielder to remain compelled to stay with the team.

The 33-year-old midfielder came under fire for his move to Al Ettifaq. With many accused him of shaming his pro-LGBTQ+ stance after choosing to live in a country where homosexuality is outlawed.

Klopp said Henderson would be difficult to replace him at Anfield. Especially about personal skills and his leadership style that will be lost in the team.

“Am I surprised Henderson said he wanted to leave? Of course, we’ve been together for eight years,” said Klopp.

“He knows the situation that we want to keep him. But if he wants to go We don’t want to get in the way. It’s about reflexes UFABET

“Jordan will miss us and we will miss him. we have to move on. That’s the obvious thing.”

Henderson’s departure from the club to Steven Gerrard’s side left the Reds with a leadership problem. With Roberto Firmino heading to Al Ahly in Saudi Arabia first. And then, while James Milner has moved to Brighton this summer.

The issue of captaincy has not yet been officially resolved. Despite much speculation, it would go to Virgil van Dijk. The Dutch defender to wear the armband against Leicester on Sunday.