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Here's why Jurgen Klopp wouldn't want Jordan Henderson back

The former Reds captain no longer has a place in this team

By Charles Cornwall

 Klopp serious and Henderson with Ajax
Klopp serious and Henderson with Ajax
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Although Jordan Henderson over the months has ceased to be a topic of interest in the environment of the club and all Merseyside, this midfielder has generated perhaps one of the latest scandals in which he can be linked with Liverpool, and is that from the Netherlands has begun to run the rumor about Hendo arrived at the institution of Ajax only to be a bad luck charm.

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According to the information revealed by the X account @MaikSport, there is a surprising statistic about this player that is difficult to assimilate, and that is that, since his arrival in Amsterdam, Henderson has not been able to win a single match with the Dutch club, causing enormous concern as the club has moved away from the area that ensures places in European competitions.

Since his announcement as Ajax's new midfield player, Henderson has seen action for his club in a few games, appearing in the draw against PSV, the loss to Heerenveen, and a couple of other draws against BodiGlimt in the Conference League and NEC in the Eredivisie.

As much as the Ajax club may not want to think about it, it is normal that Hendo is seen as a bad luck charm in the last month, being curious as Al Ettifaq was not that effective either when he was still part of the club, making Liverpool right not to have thought about re-signing him when they had the chance, and not so much for the issue of him being a player who attracts bad results, but rather for being a player who can no longer offer great potential from his position.

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Even though Henderson has not left the club with a bad image, this player has no place once again in this group that has already found a great stability in the hands of men like Alexis Mac Allister or Dominik Szoboszlai, separating definitively their paths and now that Klopp will leave the group, being aware that his only option to remain in European soccer is hard work and understanding how to make the most of his qualities.

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