Liverpool could use Henderson to land Reina replacement

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Liverpool could are ready to sacrifice Jordan Henderson to land a replacement for Pepe Reina.

According to the Daily Mirror, Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers wants Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet and could send Henderson back to his old club as a makeweight in any deal.

There has been much speculation surrounding Reina’s Liverpool future this season and he has been linked with moves to Manchester United, Barcelona and Arsenal.

Rodgers is rebuilding at the Reds and the report claims Mignolet’s form for the Black Cats this season has led the former Swansea boss to believe he could succeed Reina as Anfield number one.

A switch back to his former club would confirm Henderson’s move to Liverpool an expensive failure, having failed to hit the heights since they paid a staggering £17million for him.

However, the England international has improved of late and the report claims Rodgers would only let him go reluctantly.

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