The Liverpool midfielder's current deal expires at the end of the season. As thing stand, Milner will be a free agent in less than five months.
Romano tweeted the following: "There are talks - but like always, we usually don’t comment further on that.
“The club will be in talks with Milner, so we will see. There is no chance that Milly will retire."
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Back in 2018, Gini Wijnaldum provided an insight into why Milner has been able to consistently represent Liverpool throughout the backend of his career.
“We always see him in the gym and sometimes I’ll say: ‘James, you might take a little bit of rest!’
“But he is always busy to keep his body as fit as possible so for me it’s not a surprise that he’s made so many appearances."
Despite the fact that Milner is 36 years of age, we would not be against the club offering him a one-year deal.
The midfielder has been averaging a WhoScored player rating of 6.62 for the Reds this season, which highlights that he is still capable of playing at the highest level.
Also, as Wijnaldum has pointed out, Milner is a superb professional. Therefore, he always gives himself every chance to perform well.