Jurgen Klopp has made a brutal admission about Liverpool's squad which left fans thinking one player's time at the club is up.
The Reds find themselves ninth in the Premier League table after a mediocre season to date, which reached another low point as they were beat 3-0 on their travels at Brighton at the weekend.
There's a general feeling that Klopp's ageing squad needs an overhaul, and he hinted that he feels the same in his pre-match press conference for the FA Cup third round replay against Wolves.
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"You can have a good player who did a lot of good stuff in the past and then in your mind you think ‘maybe that’s it now for him’," said the Liverpool boss.
That comment had many fans jumping to the same conclusion about 32-year-old midfielder Jordan Henderson. One tweeted: "Henderson is gaarnnnnnn."
A second wrote: "Hendo's time to go omfggggg." And a third commented: "Surely he’s hinting Hendo, Fab[inho], and [James] Milner will play less."
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"Lads he's actually getting rid of #14," said a fourth, while a fifth echoed: "#14 getting shipped to Al Arabi in the summer."
Others weren't as convinced, though. One argued: "Hendo wont be sold because he is one of the reasons Jude [Bellingham] is coming but I assume he will be phased into the Milner role."
Another similarly suggested: "He needs to realise that doesn’t mean we can’t keep them tho, the issue is we phase people out too slowly. Ideally Hendo should be doing the Milner role now and someone new would take Hendo’s mins on the pitch."
It doesn't seem changes will be made any time soon, however, as Klopp also admitted: "We have to strengthen but is now the right moment? I can't see it because of the situation we are in and I think I know exactly how the situation is and that's it pretty much."
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