Liverpool defender flies to US to find remedy for injury

Jordan Henderson has reportedly flown to the United States to look for solutions for the heel injury that is troubling him.

 

The Liverpool captain who has been out for almost a month, was hoping to return to training last week.

The 25-year-old has been working with the Liverpool medical staff but has now decided to explore a number of different ideas in New Jersey.

He departed England on Monday, September 14 and will  visit an orthopedic surgeon at AOSMI in New Jersey Dr James Cozzarelli.

The former Sunderland player was stand-in captain on a number of occasions during Gerrard's absence and as expected continued with the role now that the former Skipper has left.

Henderson joined Liverpool in a  £16million move from Sunderland in June 2011 during Kenny Dalglish's time as coach of the The Reds.

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