Joe Gomez has ended speculation over his future at Liverpool by putting pen to paper on a new long-term contract, becoming the third extension this summer.
Gomez and his representatives entered talks with the club upon the resumption of training for pre-season on Monday, and the two parties saw swift progress.
That has led to the 25-year-old agreeing a new five-year deal that will keep him at Anfield beyond his 30th birthday in 2027.
Gomez has already been with the Reds for seven seasons, having arrived as an 18-year-old from Charlton in 2015, and he is now due to stay for over a decade.
Though injuries have blighted his time on Merseyside, the England defender has already made 142 appearances for the club, excelling at both centre-back and right-back.
Klopp is expected to hand his No. 12 further opportunities in the coming campaign, with a strong core of centre-halves in place.
Signed for only £3.5 million, Gomez stands as one of the best bargain signings in Liverpool’s recent history, and there remains considerable scope for him to develop further.