Liverpool star admits summer exit is likely

Glen Johnson has confessed that he’s unlikely to still be a Liverpool player next season.

The England international has been a Reds star since making a big money move to the club from Portsmouth in 2009, but his current contract is due to expire in a few months’ time, and the Merseysiders are reluctant to offer the 30-year-old a big salary.

Johnson is currently one of the higher earners at the club, but his first-team role has been diluted this season under Brendan Rodgers on the back of a series of injuries and some less than inspiring performances.

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Interest from overseas is thought to be relatively strong, and the former Chelsea man has admitted that he’s likely to be heading away from Anfield soon:

“Am I leaving Liverpool? I would have thought so – I haven’t got a contract.” He is quoted by Metro.

“We’ll have to wait and see.”

Johnson started for Liverpool in their abysmal 1-0 loss at Hull on Tuesday night, which has all but ended their hopes of a top four finish.

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