Liverpool are claimed to be growing in confidence that striker Divock Origi will sign a new five-year contract at Anfield once he returns from holiday this summer.
The Belgium international was the surprise star of Liverpool's Champions League winning campaign last season - as well as a Merseyside Derby - after scoring decisive goals against Barcelona and Tottenham.
Origi had originally looked set to leave the club this summer after finding a lack of first-team opportunities at with Liverpool, but it's since been learned that the club have held positive talks with the 24-year-old over a possible contract extension.
Football Insider have since added to that story, claiming the Liverpool are 'confident' that a new five-year contract can be agreed with Origi before the start of the 2019/20 season.
Although Origi won't give his official decision until he returns for pre-season, Football Insider adds that the striker will be given a major pay rise in an attempt to convince him of putting pen to paper.
It's claimed that a conversation with manager
Source : 90min