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Spanish starlet says he’ll sign Liverpool deal

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Liverpool starlet Suso has told fans of the Anfield club not to worry, as he will be signing a new deal soon.

The Spain Under-19 international has broken into Brendan Rodgers’ first team in recent weeks and has been putting in some very good performances for the Reds.

This improvement has brought some concern that Liverpool could lose one of their most promising young stars, as his contract expires next season, according to talkSPORT.

It now appears those Liverpool fans that feared his exit need to no longer, as the 18-year-old told Spanish radio that he fully intends to extend his current deal and stay on Merseyside.

“Liverpool is the ideal club for me, I'll sign a new deal soon and be here for a long time,” he told Onda Cero.

“The fans can relax, it'll be done as soon as possible.”

Despite troubles on the pitch, Liverpool have had a good summer in terms of renewing contracts of key players.

Key central defender Daniel Agger agreed new terms at the end of last week and top scorer Luis Suarez also signed an extension earlier in the summer.

Suso’s comments will likely please Brendan Rodgers, as he has shown a willingness to give youth a chance since becoming manager – Raheem Sterling and Andre Wisdom are two more academy players that have been given a chance.

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