Terms Done – Liverpool Have Agreed $31million Deal

Liverpool desperately need to strengthen their squad this month but they have focused more on signing new deals with their current crop of players.
Recently, the Reds have secured new deals with Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho and English defender Joe Gomez. Now, reports suggest that the Merseysiders have agreed another new deal, this time with Adam Lallana.
Earlier this month, Express revealed that Liverpool will be offering Lallana a fresh contract to ward off interest from Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain.
Yesterday, they claimed in another exclusive report that the former Saints star has finally agreed a new deal with the Anfield club, which will make him earn £120,000-a-week, £24.96million ($31million) in four years.
The 28-year-old England international joined Liverpool when Brendan Rodgers was in charge of the club. Under BR, Lallana remained inconsistent, however, he has been in brilliant form under the management of Jurgen Klopp.
The German manager has utilized Adam effectively in the midfield and also in the attacking third. This season, he has directly contributed in 14 goals (7 goals and 7 assists) in 20 league appearances for Liverpool and absolutely deserved to get a pay rise.
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  1. RED PHIL says:

    It’s all well and good getting current players to sign contract extensions but I’m somewhat baffled how spending the last few hours of the transfer window doing that is going to get us out of the downwards spiral we are in? We need NEW players, and NOT kids with a likely sell-on value in a few years when they’ve not quite made the grade.
    Heaton, from Burnley, at least one new full-back, at least one CB, a defensive midfielder, a winger and a striker . . . with notification that Lucas, Sakho, Sturridge, Stewart and Origi are outwards bound would stop the rot, me thinks!
    Simply ignoring known and well-documented weaknesses – in the unlikely hope that they will either go away or the fans will stop mentioning them after every defeat – just ain’t gonna work. You see a problem – we have many, believe me – you fix the problem with the tens of millions currently in the manager’s desk drawer.

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