Philippe Coutinho put pen to paper on a new £150,000-a-week contract earlier today, keeping him at Anfield until 2022.
And the Liverpool Echo say Jurgen Klopp wants to give both Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren new deals.
The former Southampton duo still have two years to run on their current contracts but Liverpool are reportedly ready to offer them extensions.
Lallana is enjoying his best year on Merseyside since joining from the Saints in 2014.
Philippe Coutinho put pen to paper on a new five year deal at Liverpool today
Adam Lallana is reportedly next in line to earn a contract extension
The 28-year-old has seven goals and seven assists for Liverpool in the Premier League this season and has scored in England's last three matches.
Klopp is also keen to tie Lovren down to a new deal at Anfield after overcoming a difficult start to his career at Liverpool.
One player whose contract talks have hit a stumbling block over the past few months is Emre Can.
The Germany international has 18 months left on his contract with Liverpool and negotiations reportedly began at he start of the season.
Fans react on Twitter as Philippe Coutinho signs new Liverpool contract
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Philippe Coutinho has agreed a new contract with Liverpool keeping him at the club until 2022, but fans are not convinced he'll hang around that long
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Fans react on Twitter as Philippe Coutinho signs a new Liverpool contract
Dejan Lovren is also set to be offered a new deal at Liverpool
Despite the midfielder being confident back in November that a new contract would be sorted soon, the club and his representatives are yet to reach an agreement.
"Yes, the club have spoken to my agent," Can told the Liverpool Echo.
"The talks are going very good. I have one-and-a-half years left. I am still under contract and it is my agent's work (to sort it out). I am very happy here at Liverpool."