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Virgil van Dijk signs new long term contract with Liverpool until 2025

In a proclamation, Liverpool have affirmed that Virgil van Dijk has marked a drawn out agreement extension that will keep the defender at the club until 2025. The Netherlands international player finished paperwork for the club in January 2018 and has since shown up for the Anfield side. 

Virgil van Dijk's knee injury saw Liverpool endure tremendously with the Premier League side neglecting to adapt without a vital piece of protection. The Dutch global's quality on Jurgen Klopp's side has been enormous since the time his appearance in the colder time of year of 2018 with him showing up from that point forward. That period has seen the club win the Champions League and their first Premier League title before the knee injury kept him down and out for the vast majority of the 2020/21 season. 

In any case, with Liverpool hoping to keep central participants at the club, the Reds have followed up Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho and Alisson's agreements with one for Van Dijk. The Dutch defender has marked a drawn out expansion until no less than 2025 which might actually require some investment at Liverpool to a little more than seven years. It saw the 30-year-old concede that he is thrilled at the new arrangement and pleased with the difficult work they've figured out how to do as such far. 

"Astounding. It is something to be extremely pleased with, that I am exceptionally glad for, that my significant other and my children are exceptionally glad for and clearly my organization. All the difficult work we've placed in so far proceeds and I am anticipating what the future unites with Liverpool. I'm pleased, exceptionally glad and glad. Since the very beginning when I joined the club, I felt such a lot of appreciation from the fans and from my colleagues and the staff, that I could be a vital individual from this football club," Van Dijk disclosed to Liverpool's official site. 

"It has been working out in a good way; lamentably last season for me actually has been a season to neglect, to gain from and take with me, yet I have partaken in my time here and will continue to appreciate it in the a few years through and through with every one of you."

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