Suso close to new Liverpool deal

Suso has revealed he is close to committing his future to Liverpool by signing a contract extension.

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Suso: Set to commit his future to Liverp

Suso: Set to commit his future to Liverp

Suso has revealed he is close to committing his future to Liverpool by signing an extension to his current contract.

The Spanish teenager has been part of the set-up at Anfield since 2009 and has forced his way into the first-team picture under Brendan Rodgers.

Liverpool are understandably keen to see him prolong an agreement which is due to expire at the end of the season, and the highly-rated playmaker says he is close to putting pen to paper.

"The fans can relax. Everything's fine. I hope to sign the contract as soon as possible," he said in the Liverpool Echo.

"We have been talking about a contract since the start of the season. We're nearly there - we'll sign soon.

"I'm happy here, very comfortable. This is the ideal club for me in every sense. This is like a dream for me.

"Brendan Rodgers is a coach that if you prove to him that you can perform, if you work hard, he has no problem in putting young players in the team. I have started three times and things are going well."


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