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Jordan Henderson has signed a new contract at Liverpool to keep him at the club until 2025.
The new four-year deal has resolved the long-term future of the Kop captain.
Henderson's future was thrown into doubt earlier in the summer when talks over a hit a deadlock.
But the 31-year-old midfielder and the club have finally agreed terms on a new four-year deal.
Henderson becomes the latest Liverpool star to sign a new contract after deals were agreed with Virgil van Dijk, Allison, Fabinho, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson in recent weeks.
Mo Salah remains another key player the Reds are trying to tie down.
But Henderson is a big one considering he has been linked with moves away from Anfield this summer.
The Reds captain was about to enter the final two years of his current contract and was keen to sign a four-year deal to ensure his long-term future was sorted.
Club owners FSG didn't want a repeat of Gini Wijnaldum after the Dutch midfielder ran down his contract before leaving on a free transfer.
But there were genuine fears Henderson could leave this summer or next if his contract situation wasn't resolved.
Kop boss Jurgen Klopp did not want to lose his captain, who has spent 10 years at the club and helped lead them to the Premier League title and Champions League in the last two years.
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He was key in ensuring the matter was swiftly resolved and said earlier this month the situation would be sorted.
Henderson joined from Sunderland in 2011 and overcame a tough start to life at Anfield to become a key player for the Reds.
He was handed the captain's armband in 2015 after the departure of club legend Steven Gerrard.
And he became the first Reds skipper to lift the Premier League trophy in 2020 which came a year after he won the European Cup with the Merseysiders.
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