Carragher wants to stay at Anfield

Jamie carragher will discuss his Liverpool future at the start of next season but the vice-captain has stressed he does not want to play for another team.

Reports in March suggested the 32-year-old would walk out on the club he joined as a youngster if he did not get a new contract offer with terms that suited him. However, Carragher said yesterday that he wanted to finish his career with Liverpool and had already broached the subject with Rafael Benitez, whose own future remains in doubt after a disappointing season.

"I've spoken to the manager and we both agreed it would be better if we talked about it at the start of next season," said the centre-back. "There was an interview with a national newspaper and the headline was a bit misleading, saying I would be prepared to leave Liverpool. I want to finish my career at Liverpool. I don't want to play for anyone else."

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