Liverpool utility man James Milner has revealed the uncertainty around his future at the club as there have been no talks about the same.
The club's vice-captain has entered the final 12 months of the deal he signed in 2015 when arriving on a free transfer from Manchester City and despite his experience, Liverpool has not approached him over an extension yet.
Milner explained: “Last year we spoke to the club and asked them if they wanted to do something and they said no. We haven't heard anything since so that's where we are at.
“There are three things to it: availability, fitness and performance level. Hopefully, I am delivering all three.”
When Milner's representatives made the first move last season, Liverpool's technical team showed no willingness to talk then, either with the player having been linked with a return to his first club Leeds earlier in the summer.
A failure in promotion for the Biesla side ensured the deal fell through with the 33-year-old returning to work with ambitions of winning more trophies this season.
Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool's American owners, do not tend to give long deals to players aged over 30.
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