Gerrard and Torres not happy at Liverpool – McManaman

By Michael Owen
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Former Liverpool and Real Madrid star Steve McManaman believes Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres will consider their future at Anfield ahead of the January transfer window.

Roy Hodgson’s side have made a poor start to their league campaign, winning just one of their six Premier League games to leave them in 16th place and nine points off the top.

McManaman believes the body language of both Torres and Gerrard appears negative and suggested both players’ Champions League ambitions will cause them to seriously consider an Anfield exit in January.

“No matter what happens there will be questions again. Torres is not happy, Gerrard is not happy. Their body language is not good,” McManaman said, according to Click Liverpool.

“If Liverpool are 14th would you stay? Would I stay? If it is the same scenario, the same owners and the same predicament I can see their best players wanting to leave and wanting to play in Champions League football.

“They need to be playing in the best teams in the best leagues available.”

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