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Here's what Henderson did in Amsterdam after Klopp's departure announcement

Henderson has yet to make his Netherlands debut and already his name is a craze

By Charles Cornwall

Henderson has yet to make his Netherlands debut and already his name is a craze
Henderson has yet to make his Netherlands debut and already his name is a craze
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After suffering enough to leave Anfield, Jordan Henderson seems to have a second chance in European football. Despite having failed completely in his adventure in Saudi Arabia and having declared that he no longer wanted to be there, it didn't take him long to find a historic team that would give him a place in their ranks.

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After signing for Ajax Amsterdam, while this seemed like a desperate move, it now seems to have been the best option and the best decision for Henderson. He could return to the top level of football in one of the best leagues in the world, which would give him the chance to continue playing for England at the next European Championship.

Jordan Henderson has also had an incredible reception in Amsterdam, as Jordan Henderson was seen in a video circulating on social media, where Henderson appears in a sports shop, where the new team shirt is displayed with the number 6 and the first surname of the former Reds captain. To which Henderson jokingly commented, "I'm not sure how many you'll sell, but they look good anyway".

What nobody believed was how successful this shirt would be, as one day after Henderson's visit to the sportswear shop, Henderson's new shirt became the best-selling shirt in Ajax's history. This is an incredible step in Henderson's career, as it shows that the fans are behind the signing of the veteran Englishman, and will no doubt give him their full support.

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Jordan Henderson forgets Anfield

A possible return of Jordan Henderson to Liverpool this season was almost impossible, as the former England captain would not be able to return to England until 2025, as taxes for people on very high salaries are taxed at up to 47%. So the best option for Henderson was to move to the Netherlands. However, Henderson's main idea was to return to Anfield.