Liverpool star Glen Johnson could be leaving Anfield after confirming contract talks with the club have come to a standstill, Guardian reports.
The England international is coming close to the end of his Liverpool career with his contract expiring next summer, which means Johnson is allowed to negotiate with any foreign club starting January 1st.
The Reds offered the 30-year-old a 12-month extension to his current £120,000-a-week deal earlier this year, but the right-back is looking for a longer-term contract.
When prompted over he was going to receive a new Liverpool contract, Johnson replied: “It was very quiet.
“I am just concentrating week by week and not thinking about it. Of course I want to stay but, like I say, I worry about this week, this week, and then next week, next week. That is how I live my life.”
The former Chelsea defender just returned from a six-week injury to help Liverpool beat West Bromwich Albion 2-1 last weekend, but failed to make it early enough to be considered for England’s Euro 2016 qualifiers versus San Marino and Estonia.
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