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Liverpool in chats with Virgil Van Dijk over new contract extension

Liverpool are in talks with Virgil van Dijk over new contract agreement.

Liverpool safeguard Virgil van Dijk is in line for another agreement subsequent to getting back to wellness from a drawn out knee injury that constrained the Dutchman to miss the majority of last season and Euro 2020. 

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho and Alisson have all marked new agreements at Anfield somewhat recently and it is comprehends that talks have been occurring with Van Dijk

The 30-year-old, who joined from Southampton for £75m in January 2018 and reestablished the Reds to the zenith of European and English football, as of now has an arrangement that lapses in 2023. 

He marked that agreement in September 2019 not long in the wake of winning the Champions League, and not long prior to proceeding to moor a notable Premier League title win. 

Liverpool have effectively seen persuasive midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum leave as a free agent this late spring in the wake of being not able to concur another agreement. The club have likewise seen talks neglect to improvement with skipper Jordan Henderson, who is contracted until 2023 and as of late turned 31. 

Notwithstanding Van Dijk, it is believed that Liverpool are likewise wanting to agree over new arrangements with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Andrew Robertson. 

Salah score 31 objectives in all contests last season, his best goalscoring count since an electrifying presentation season with the club in 2017/18. Mane, in the mean time, is in line for another agreement in spite of a disappointing 2020/21 season during which he battled for structure. 

Robertson was one of Liverpool's most utilized players last season, showing up in all contests. Just Salah and Wijnaldum, both of whom played in 51 games, showed up more regularly.

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