Liverpool fans observe a common observation about Jordan Henderson during training

Amid reports linking Jordan Henderson with a potential move to Saudi Arabia, Liverpool fans have noticed something noteworthy about his performances during training.

Al Ettifaq, managed by Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, has shown interest in Henderson and is closely monitoring him for a possible transfer during the summer.

They have allegedly presented a significant three-year contract offer worth an astonishing £700,000 per week.

However, a deal has not been finalized yet, as Henderson has joined his teammates for training ahead of the upcoming season.

Liverpool, under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp, is currently in Germany for pre-season matches against Karlsruher and Furth.

Before their match against Karlsruher on Wednesday, a training video featuring Henderson caught the attention of Liverpool fans online, sparking discussions among them.

Twitter user @darwizzxyreckons the 33-year-old looks ‘isolated’ from his teammates in a damning clip.

Naturally, the footage of the England international during Liverpool training sent social media into overdrive.

One argued: “It’s heartbreaking ngl. Our skip has done so much for us and ‘fans’ downgrade him with one season, he’s ageing. If he stays people are gonna troll him, if he leaves he’s apparently a snake.”

A second wrote: “Hendo seems sad in all the videos I see him in.”

A third added: “Don’t think he wants to be there now tbh.”

A fourth tweeted: “He is their captain and he wants to jump ship. You kinda lose respect at that point.”

Another commented: “It’s his fault at the end of the day.”

Henderson’s possible transfer to the Saudi Pro League has received backlash, but former Liverpool star Robbie Fowler has defended the midfielder.

“It is Jordan Henderson’s supposed wages which has sparked the outrage,” he wrote in hisMirrorcolumn.

“I’ve never quite understood why footballers’ wages are such a sensitive topic, while the billions earned by financiers are never questioned.

“Let’s get one thing clear though. I’m not going to condemn Jordan, Steven Gerrard or anyone else who has gone to work in Saudi Arabia, or is thinking of doing so. Not because I’m taking the money too – that’s simply not true.

“As I’ve explained before, I have taken a job in the league below the Saudi Pro League because I am ambitious to become a manager, because I want to prove myself. I’ve not been been given that chance in the UK.”

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