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James Milner has agreed on a one-year deal with Liverpool FC

James Milner has agreed on a one-year deal with Liverpool FC
James Milner has agreed on a one-year deal with Liverpool FC. Credits: The Athletic

Reports state that James Milner has agreed on a one-year contract with the Reds, i.e., Liverpool FC. With this, he will stay at the Anfield for up to eight years till the end of the next year, 2023. He will remain at the Merseyside club until the end of the next campaign i.e., 2022-23, and the veteran midfielder will reach two decades in the English football’s top flight, as the 36-year-old made his debut for the Leeds at the age of 16 and 309 days.

Sources also verify that James Milner has taken a large pay cut and has also rejected deals from the other Premier League sides, and he also has a potentially lucrative move to the MLS.

James Milner taking a drop in wages

It is also known at James Milner has also taken a significant drop in wages to remain at Liverpool FC, along with the deals that he is thought to have rejected and offered the players two years, rather than the one that he has signed at the Anfield. The former England international spent a terrific 19 years And seven months in the Premier League, having debuted in the year 2002, for Leeds against his future club, Newcastle FC.

However, James Milner could have left on a free transfer once his contract expired this month, Jurgen Klopp is reported to ensure him that he will be an integral part of the Reds, who has primarily been one of the prime players behind their success over the years.

Also, Milner is hardly a bench warmer for the Champions League finalists either as last season he featured in more than 63 of the games, that Liverpool played, and played on the pitch 39 times. Milner has made 588 Premier League appearances having played for multiple clubs including Manchester City, Aston Villa, Newcastle, Leeds, and now Liverpool.

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