Virgil van Dijk insists he’s”not discussing anything at the moment” seeing negotiations over a contract expansion at Liverpool.
The Reds guardian opened up to Sky Sports News reporter Bryan Swanson following Tuesday night’s 2-0 defeat away to Napoli.
It was a gloomy start especially with the exemplary Van Dijk enabling Fernando Llorente to sneak a late goal.
On the rear of reports that he’d agreed a bumper deal at Anfield, the 28-year-old, who moved to Anfield for # 75m in January 2018 from Southampton, had been asked if he wanted to hold talks to a contract extension.
“There’s nothing going on, so that’s it,” he said.
Asked again about wanting to hold discussions about’any extension’, Van Dijk added:”That is not on me! I saw some reports I agreed things and a new deal.
“But I’m not even discussing anything right now. The only thing that I want to do right now is to focus on the games and we’ll find in the future what may occur.”
Van Dijk has been in the heart of the ascent of Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp, playing a leading role at the path of the club last season and their development as the main competitions for Premier League dominance of Manchester City.
Liverpool have created a perfect start by winning their first five Premier League matches, however they face their greatest challenge so far when they visit Stamford Bridge to confront the Chelsea on Sunday, live on Sky Sports of Frank Lampard.

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