Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has warned that he would have no problem in leaving the club if he isn’t offered a new contract.
The Reds defender, 32, who has been at Anfield all his career since 1997, has little over one year left to run on his current deal, with no signs of movement from the club to extend his stay yet.
He told the Sunday Times, “I’ll still play my best and if I have to move then I’ll move. It wouldn’t bother me
“The club will give me a new contract if they want to,” he added. “It’s a club thing. It’s down to them. I’ll keep playing and see where it takes me.”
The versatile defender quit international football in 2007 after becoming disillusioned with a lack of opportunities in the England team and said he was “not scared of making big decisions”.
However manager Rafa Benitez says there is no rush over penning Carragher’s new deal, suggesting that the defender is concentrating on matters on the pitch.