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Jordan Henderson 'verbally agrees' stunning contract with Saudi club as Liverpool's asking price revealed

Jordan Henderson 'verbally agrees' stunning contract with Saudi club as Liverpool's asking price revealed

He's verbally agreed to a monster contract in Saudi Arabia.

Liverpool's asking price for Jordan Henderson has been revealed amid reports the Reds club captain has 'verbally agreed' to a monster contract in Saudi Arabia.

Henderson, 33, has reportedly agreed personal terms with Saudi Pro League side Al Ettifaq, who are managed by former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.

Henderson still has two years remaining on his contract at Anfield but is prepared to leave the club ahead of the new Premier League season, according to The Athletic.

It is claimed that the midfielder has already agreed to a stunning three-year deal that will see him nearly quadruple his wages.

Henderson stands to earn an incredible £36,400,000 a year in Saudi Arabia, which works out as £3,033,333 a month, £700,000 per week, or £99,726 a day.

To put that into perspective, he is believed to earn around £190,000 per week at Liverpool.

Al Ettifaq are yet to make a formal approach for Henderson but are expected to do so soon.

But the report claims Liverpool have 'no intention' of letting Henderson go 'cheaply'.

How much do Liverpool want for Henderson?

According to The Athletic, senior Anfield figures have dismissed suggestions that Henderson could either be granted a free transfer or sold for a fee as low as £10m - as was claimed by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

Kalidou Koulibaly, 32, recently moved from Chelsea to Al Hilal for around £20m and Liverpool 'would view that fee as a reference point for talks' with Al Ettifaq.

Henderson is not the only Liverpool player being linked with a move to Saudi Arabia.

Fellow midfielder Fabinho is also the subject of interest from the Saudi Pro League.

Al Ittihad are reportedly preparing a £40m bid for the Brazilian, who still has three years left on his deal at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp may be reluctant to sell both players, having already allowed James Milner, Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to leave this summer.

But an opportunity to raise more than £60m in transfer funds could be too tempting to turn down as he continues his summer rebuild.

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Topics: Liverpool, Jordan Henderson, Saudi Pro League, Transfers, Premier League