Just nine months after his arrival at Anfield, Liverpool are have approached manager Jurgen Klopp over the possibility of extending his stay at the club.
Klopp signed a three-year deal to keep him at the club until 2018, with the option to extend by a further year.
However after a decent start at the club, where he has imposed his energetic style of play on his players, Liverpool have offered the German a new deal at the club.
They want to secure the managers future, as well as ward of any potential interest in the man who steered Liverpool to the Europa League final in his first season in charge, beating bitter rivals Manchester United and former club Borussia Dortmund on the way.
Any new deal for Klopp wouldn’t have bring any increase in wages as he is already one of the best paid managers in the world, but more likely an extension on length to 2020 or beyond.