Liverpool are hopeful of agreeing a contract extension of at least three years with Georginio Wijnaldum after positive talks.
The midfielder’s deal expires in June 2021 and he is keen at stay at Liverpool, whom he joined from Newcastle in 2016.
The Netherlands international, who will be 30 in November, is in line for a contract to 2024 or 2025, with wages not expected to be a stumbling block.
Wijnaldum wanted assurances he would continue to be regarded as a key player before entering into discussions to extend his career at Anfield. He has played 28 times in the Premier League this season to help Liverpool close on a first top-flight title in 30 years.