Jordan Henderson moves to Ajax, but this could be his last game at Anfield

England midfielder to have one last game at Liverpool stadium

England midfielder to have one last game at Liverpool stadium

Jordan Henderson, who joined Al Ettifaq at the beginning of the season after several years of glory at Liverpool, will return to the old continent after a few months in Arabian soccer. A real earthquake is taking place in the lucrative Saudi Arabian soccer. It seems to be true that money does not make happiness, and in the last few hours the first departure of one of the stars signed by the petrodollars in the last market has taken place.

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We are talking about the Englishman Jordan Henderson, who at the beginning of the season left his glory years at Liverpool to sign with Al Ettifaq. We are talking about a tremendous salary of 40 million euros every 365 days, something that in the end did not end up filling the 33-year-old midfielder. The player never adapted to the Arab country. In addition, the very low average of 7,800 spectators for his home games did not help him to enjoy his job, and he decided to give up the truckload of money he was paid to return to Europe.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Henderson will travel before the weekend to sign with Ajax of the Netherlands. In the absence of the necessary medical examinations, all parties are working to reach an agreement, with only a few details remaining to seal his arrival. Thus, the English midfielder will return to the old continent after spending just one semester in Al Ettifaq, a team that is currently carrying out its preseason in Abu Dhabi.

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The return to Anfield

With the arrival of Jordan Henderson at Ajax he will be able to play in the final round of the Europa League and if he advances he could at some point face Liverpool, which would ensure his return to Anfield where he will surely be well received, remembering that he was captain in the Premier League and Champions League titles.

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