Liverpool are to offer Sadio Mane £11.5million a year in a bid to convince the Senegal striker to extend his stay at Anfield to 2025.
The forward only signed a new deal last November, with terms that tied him to the club until 2023.
However, after an incredible 12 months, in which Mane became one of the driving forces in the club's route to Champions League glory, the club are willing to improve his terms once again.
Currently on a deal that sees him earn £150,000-a-week, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, the Reds are now willing to increase his earnings to €13million a year (£11.5m).
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Having signed from Feyenoord a month before opening his account, Kuyt went on to make 285 appearances in a six-year Anfield career.
A firm favourite among Reds fans, the former Netherlands forward forged a reputation as a man for the big occasion during his time on Merseyside.
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Kick-off is scheduled for 7pm, but our coverage begins half an hour earlier when Rob Jones will be joined by former Reds Dominic Matteo and Chris Kirkland.
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