Liverpool set to offer Sturridge and Co. new deals

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Liverpool are set to offer as many as five players new contracts with the club, according to 

The Reds have had a fine season under Brendan Rodgers and will now reward some of their top stars with new contracts at the end of the season. 

Daniel Sturridge, who has been outstanding for the Merseyside outfit this season, is set to be offered an improved deal with the club. The striker has scored 20 Premier League goals so far this season and proved to be lethal in attack alongside Uruguayan star Luis Suarez. 

The Liverpool hierarchy will also negotiate deals with the likes of Philippe Coutinho, Jordan Henderson, Glen Johnson and Jon Flanagan at the end of this campaign. 

The midfield duo of Coutinho and Henderson have both played crucial roles in Liverpool's title challenge and could be handed a pay rise. 

Meanwhile, Flanagan - who is just 21-years-old - has been going from strength-to-strength for the Merseyside outfit this season and has cemented his place in Rodgers' side. Glen Johnson - who has just one-year remaining on his contract - will also be offered a new deal as the Reds boss targets long term success.

It now looks extremely likely that Liverpool will secure a Champions League place this term, and are in with a great chance of landing the Premier League title for the first time in their history. 

The future at the Anfield outfit certainly appears a bright one, with Liverpool looking set to keep a core of their stars for the long-term. 

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