Cape Town - Former Liverpool goalkeeper, Bruce Grobbelaar, says Liverpool could lose midfielder Jordan Henderson to a "big European club".
Bruce Grobbelaar believes that Henderson has been approached by a big European club, according to talkSPORT.
Henderson is believed to have rejected Liverpool's initial contract extension worth around £80 000-a-week with the stand-in captain of the Anfield club wanting £20 000-a-week more.
Reports have surfaced linking Barcelona with an interest in signing Henderson on a free in the summer of 2016, when Henderson's contract expires - something that the former Zimbabwean goalkeeper believes could happen.
“Jordan Henderson has grown massively as a player,” he told Extra Time.
“I have heard through that he’s been tapped by one of the big Europeans clubs.”
Henderson has grabbed the headlines in recent weeks, turning in some commanding performances in recent weeks.
The former Sunderland midfielder, the heir apparent to Steven Gerrard - both at club and country, has featured in all but one of Liverpool's league fixtures this season.
Henderson has scored four goals and provided eight assists.