Jordan Henderson left Liverpool last summer amid Jurgen Klopp rebuilding the midfield after the club finished fifth in the table.
He asked to leave after captaining the club throughout Klopp’s tenure and he got his wish as he was sold after 12 years at the club.
Henderson went to Saudi Arabia, like a ton of other players did, to join up with his former teammate Steven Gerrard who was appointed as the manager of Al-Ettifaq.
However, after just halfway through the campaign Henderson now wants to leave the Middle East according to several reports.
He has played 19 games in all competitions and has got five assists but is yet to get his first goal for the club.
Jordan Henderson is offering himself to European clubs
A new report has revealed that the former Sunderland man has had his services offered to some of the top sides in Europe.
The 33-year-old is looking to join one of Bayer Leverkusen or Bayern Munich as he tries to leave Saudi Arabia with Juventus also being one of the sides he has looked to.
As well as those three Henderson’s entourage has supposedly looked to ask around the majority of the Premier League sides for a move back to England.
Al-Ettifaq’s stance on the England international is that he is not for sale and any loan deals away from the club will be difficult due to the wages.
Henderson’s reason for wanting to leave the club is because he is disappointed at the low attendance at games whilst he isn’t a fan of the country’s climate and the lifestyle.
Things haven’t been plain sailing on the pitch for Al-Ettifaq as they have not won a game since October so the poor form of his side would not have helped Henderson’s morale.
Gerrard is still keen on building the side around the Premier League winner and as of yet Henderson has not handed in a transfer request.