Milner can walk to Liverpool and leave Leeds door open

The adaptable 34-year-old yields that being approached to play at left-back left him with a choice to make, yet he has never evaded a test

James Milner concedes that he could have pushed for a move away from Liverpool when requested to play at left-back all through the 2016-17 battle, yet the 34-year-old has never evaded a test and is currently a Champions League and Premier League title victor at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp has consistently grasped the flexibility offered to him by an accomplished previous England worldwide.

Milner has, be that as it may, featured on a Premier League stage for near 20 years as either a winger or contentious focal midfielder.

He is more than fit for filling in at the back, yet those zones of the pitch are not where he feels the most agreeable or at his best.

A whole season was spent giving spread in safeguard during Klopp’s first full battle on Merseyside and Milner surrenders that he could without much of a stretch have looked for a progressively unmistakable job somewhere else.

He disclosed to Sky Sports: “It was what the supervisor required at that point. There’s continually going to be positions you like yet you do what’s required for the group. I assume by then I could have turned around and stated, ‘No I would prefer not to do that, I need to leave.’

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