Liverpool to offer Henderson new deal

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Liverpool are set to hand midfielder Jordan Henderson a new long-term deal in the summer, reports The Mirror. 

The 23-year-old has played a key role in the Reds' fine season so far and looks set to be rewarded for his contributions in this campaign. 

The England international struggled in the early stages of his Anfield career, but has thrived under Brendan Rodgers in recent months. 

With two years remaining on his current deal with the club, Liverpool fans will be pleased to hear that the midfielder is set to stay on Merseyside. 

The Merseyside outfit currently sit in fourth place in the Premier League table and are in with a great chance of qualifying for Champions League football. 

Liverpool's immediate attention will turn to their crunch clash with Premier League leaders Arsenal this weekend. The Reds will be hoping to secure all three points at Anfield which would see them close the gap on the Gunners to just five points. 

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