Liverpool prepared to agree new £50million+ terms with their record signing

Carrie Guzman
February 15, 2020

A Liverpool source has told Football Insider that the club are keen to tie the Dutch colossus further down as they prepare for talks over an improved contract ahead of the summer.

Steve McClaren who was the assistant coach for Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United when they won the treble in 1999 has stated that only Vigil van Dijk in the current Liverpool team will earn a start in the Manchester United team of 1999. It would see the player earn an astonishing amount.

Liverpool fans are already basking in the euphoria of winning the Premier League title which has, for over 30 years, eluded their partly enviable history in the modern-day football.

Van Dijk's presence at the back has also been credited as part of the reason for Joe Gomez's promising rise along with the impressive development of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson.

That's eight Liverpool players inked into the team and there is an argument that a few more members of Klopp's unbeaten league leaders could get into the line-up, but I'm guessing one or two players from rival teams might get into the mix.

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Virgil van Dijk has enjoyed enormous success at Liverpool since his move two years ago. He won the PFA Player of the Year Award in his debut season with the Reds. Back-to-back Premier League Champions Manchester City are placed second on the points table.

The England worldwide has produced 10 assists, a replication of his form last season which helped Liverpool win the Champions League.

Liverpool have a 22-point lead over Man City and Gretton believes its game over despite 13 league games left to play in the season.

A year later and Liverpool were able to avenge that defeat to Real Madrid to lift their sixth Champions League crown after defeating Tottenham.

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