Liverpool centre Virgil van Dijk has signed a new contract deal. The Premier League club said on Friday. Also, with the Netherlands international set. Then to be at Anfield until 2025. Liverpool will start their 2021-22 campaign with a trip to Norwich City on Saturday.
Virgil van Dijk gave a convenient boost to Liverpool. On the eve of their first Premier League match of the season. Also, with newly-promoted Norwich City. By marking a new long-term contract, the club declared on Friday.
The 30-year-old Dutch universal central defender’s new deal. This is detailed to tie him to the club till 2025.
Virgil van Dijk
Van Dijk as of late returned to activity. Amid pre-season after spending nine months on the sidelines. The front cruciate tendon harm was supported in the Merseyside derby in October.
The defender in this way chose not to play. Within the European Championship this summer. In other words, to focus on his rehabilitation.
Also, from my partners and the staff. I can be an awfully vital part of this football club. Since day one when I joined the club. I felt so much appreciation from the fans. Van Dijk told Liverpool’s site.
It has been going well tragically, that the final season for me actually has been a season to forget. To memorize from taking with me. But I have delighted in my time here and will keep enjoying it. Also, in the following couple of years.
Champions League and Premier League
All competitions and driven them. In both Champions League and Premier League. Since joining Liverpool from Southampton last January 2018. Van Dijk has made 130 appearances for the club.
Van Dijk played fair five league games last season. Before his harm and Klopp’s side felt his absence. They were incapable to protect their league title. And to be finished in third place.
Dijk is the fourth key part of a manager. Juergen Klopp’s squad to sign a contract expansion. Ahead of the new season after Midfielder Fabinho, defender Trent Alexander-Arnold, and goalkeeper Alisson. Liverpool will start their 2021-22 campaign with a trip to Norwich City on Saturday.