- Virgil van Dijk is now on the verge of signing new five-year deal at Liverpool
- The new deal will make him highest paid Liverpool player ever on £220,000-a-week
- Van Dijk joined Liverpool from Southampton and has won the Champions League
Super defender Virgil Van Dijk has rejected mega move to join Paris-Saint-Germain and he is now on the verge of signing a new five-year £220,000-a-week deal at Liverpool.
Virgil Dijk joined Liverpool from Southampton who were then campaigning in the Championship and he has gone to play two Champions League finals under Klopp winning one.
His superb performances for Liverpool in all competition makes him a target for Paris-Saint-Germain who are ready to spend big on signing the Holland international.
Liverpool chiefs have been impressed with Van Dijk's games since he joined the club and they are ready to thigh him down for a long term contract.
According to the report on UK Sun, Virgil Van Dijk will sign a new five years contract worth a massive £57 million once Liverpool win the 2019/20 Premier League title.
That will make the 28-year-old become Liverpool's highest paid player ever as Virgil Van Dijk will be collecting £220,000-a-week contract.
Mohamed Salah is Liverpool's current highest paid player earning awesome £200,000-a-week.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool have been tipped to win this season's title with Supercomputer giving them the crown with three more loses for the Anfield landlords.
Last season, Liverpool also tried to win the Premier League losing only one game throughout the season as Manchester City eventually beat them to win the title.
But Liverpool went on to win the Champions League which was an incredible season for Jurgen Klopp and his wards.
They started this current campaign superbly and the Reds have been topping the standings since then even though their unbeaten record has been destroyed by Watford.
After almost three months, the season will resume next week Wednesday with Aston Villa taking on Sheffield United, while Manchester City will face long term rivals Arsenal.
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