BREAKING NEWS: Lovren pens long-term deal at Liverpool

BREAKING NEWS: Lovren pens long-term deal at Liverpool

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren has signed a new
long-term contract at Anfield, the Premier League
club have confirmed.
Lovren joined Liverpool from Southampton in 2014
and has made 105 appearances for the Reds in all
competitions, scoring four goals.
He has been a mainstay of Jurgen Klopp's defence
this season, with Liverpool battling to secure a
Champions League spot as the campaign enters its
final weeks.
The exact length of the 27-year-old's new deal
was not confirmed, although reports suggest he is
now committed to Liverpool until 2021.
“This is one special day for me, my
family and for the club also.”

"I think this is one special day for me and my
family," Lovren told Liverpool's official website,
"It's another dream come true. It was always my
dream to stay as long as possible at one club that I
love – and that is Liverpool."
The Croatia international did not always envisage
making that desired long-term stay a reality after a
tough start to life on Merseyside during Brendan
Rodgers' tenure.
"After all that happened in the beginning, in the last
two seasons I think I've done better than in the first
season," he said.
"The club has rewarded me, they believed in me
and also the fans, and this is what I respect a lot
after everything that happened.
"I am pleased with everything and I just want to
stay here as long as possible and be a part of this
family for many, many years to come."
Liverpool have four matches remaining in the
Premier League this season and travel to Watford
on Monday.

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