Friday, 7th May 2010

Jamie Carragher, who has been linked with a Liverpool exit, has claimed that he has no interest in leaving his boyhood club. The 32-year-old centre-back understands that at his age he “can only make decisions season by season,” he insists, “I want to finish my career at Liverpool. I don’t want to play for anyone else.”

A particular article in a national newspaper released back in mid-March quoted the defender stating his desire to leave Anfield, but Carragher explains on the club’s official webstie that the words were out of context, "Really, I said that if Liverpool didn’t want me, I’d be forced to sign for someone else because I’d have no other option.”

The vice-captain of the Reds, Carragher has played over 600 matches for Liverpool, and is understood to be ready to open contract extension talks at the start of next season.





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