Published: Thu, September 06, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Jordan Henderson signs new long-term Liverpool contract

Jordan Henderson signs new long-term Liverpool contract

The Brazilian ace was in Barcelona last week to take part in the Poker Stars European Poker Tour event when his comments on where the Merseyside team will finish in the Premier League caused a bit of a stir, especially among Liverpool fans. "I want to be here for as long as I can be", Henderson said.

Boss Jürgen Klopp added: "It is fantastic news but should not be a surprise to anyone - he is ideal for us and we for him, I think".

Liverpool have been in fine form since the start of the Premier League season, winning four games from four and keeping three clean sheets. "But I think that we play slightly differently, and I think that, for me, the next forward players that I see that should be challenging are some of the younger ones".

Liverpool face a tough run of games after the resumption of domestic competition, facing Tottenham in the league before a Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain.

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Liverpool have announced that club captain Jordan Henderson has signed a new deal with the club which will ensure he stays at the Merseysiders at least until 2023.

When asked how tough it will be for Lovren to make a return to the starting XI for Liverpool, Danny Murphy told Sky Sports' Debate: "Hopefully very hard". Group C hasn't been kind to Liverpool, who will have to play well if they are going to progress to the next round.

"Also here [at England] it's a fantastic environment with the players, staff and manager". That's why I'm so impressed with Joe Gomez because the balance of the team is so much better with him and Virgil van Dijk.

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