Virgil van Dijk says that he is”not discussing anything in the minute” seeing negotiations over a contract extension at Liverpool.
The Reds defender opened up to Sky Sports News reporter Bryan Swanson following Tuesday night’s 2-0 defeat to Napoli.
It turned out to be a start particularly with the Van Dijk letting Fernando Llorente to sneak a second objective.
On the back of reports before in September that he’d agreed a bumper deal at Anfield, the 28-year-old, that moved into Anfield for # 75m at January 2018 from Southampton, was asked if he wished to hold talks.
“There is nothing going on, so that is it,” he explained.
Asked again about needing to hold talks about’any expansion ‘, Van Dijk added:”That’s not on me! I found some reports I agreed stuff and a new deal.
“But I am not even talking anything right now. The one thing that I want to do right now is focus on the matches and we are going to find in the future what may happen.”
Van Dijk has been under Jurgen Klopp, playing a role in the route of the club to Champions League glory last season and their emergence as Manchester City’s major competitors for Premier League dominance.
By winning their first five Premier League matches, liverpool have created a perfect start, but they face their biggest challenge so far when they travel to face Frank Lampard’s Chelsea on Sunday, live on Sky Sports.

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