English footballer Harvey Elliott has reached a new deal that will keep him at Anfield until at least 2027.
Details of the new contract
The Liverpool manager spoke of his excitement after special talent Harvey Elliott signed a new five-year deal with the Reds. The Englishman has put up a letter about a deal that will keep him at Anfield until 2027 and that offers a reward for his impressive progress with Liverpool since joining Fulham three years ago. Harvey, who was ranked fifth on NXGN’s 2022 list of the world’s best teen footballers, is regarded by the Reds as a star of the present and the future, and aims to establish himself as a regular starter under Jurgen Klopp this season.
The new Harvey’s contract is a five-year contract that features significant pay increases. Harvey Elliott signed an extension last summer after an impressive season on loan with Blackburn Rovers, but this latest move sees him rewarded for his development in the Reds’ senior squad. The Englishman was a starter in midfield this time last year, for example, only to suffer a serious ankle injury in a Leeds victory in September 2021.
Harvey Elliott fought back to return to action next February, scoring his first competitive goal for the Reds in his comeback game against Cardiff City, and was in the squad that won the Carabao Cup and FA Cup while going painfully close in both PL and the Champions League.
What did Harvey Elliott say?
Speaking to the Reds’ official website after writing his new deal, the English player said it’s always good to know he’ll be here for many more years, which is always great that this is his glib club and there’s nothing in this world that makes him happier and more excited than that. According to Harvey Elliott, it was a big rollercoaster for him, his family and even the club. So much has happened over the years that he’s here.
They’ve won so much already and Elliott hopes they can win a lot more so just knowing he’ll be here for a long time is like he said it’s always a great feeling for him and his family and being a Red supporter there’s no better place in this world to be than playing for Liverpool and putting on a jersey and going out and playing for the team and fans. Harvey Elliott says he hopes there are more memories to come, but he’s just so happy to put pen to paper and stay here much longer.