Liverpool are set to open contract talks with club skipper Jordan Henderson, according to reports.
Henderson has two years left on his current deal and the Reds are eager to tie him down to a new long-term deal.
The Mirror claim Liverpool would even like to convince Henderson to finish his career at Anfield with a bumper new contract.
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Jurgen Klopp still considers Henderson a key part of his future plans after the England international led Liverpool to Champions League and Premier League glory.
As captain Henderson has enjoyed remarkable success at Liverpool, helping end a 30-year league title drought.
There was a time when Henderson was heading for the exit door at Liverpool following a move from Sunderland, but the 31-year-old has firmly proved his doubters wrong and helped usher in the Reds’ most successful period in decades.
Henderson celebrated ten years at the club this summer.
“When I joined this club 10 years ago, I would never have imagined the journey we'd go on,” Henderson said.
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“There have been ups, downs and some incredible moments along the way which will stay with me for a lifetime.”
Liverpool will concentrate their efforts on agreeing a new deal with Henderson once they have finalised contracts with Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker.
The Reds are working on providing their biggest stars with fresh deals amid what could be a quiet transfer window.
Liverpool signed Ibrahima Konate earlier this summer and are also on the hunt for a new midfielder after the departure of Georginio Wijnaldum to Paris Saint-Germain.
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