Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho may be the next player in line for a new contract as the international break seems to have signalled a lot of activity at Anfield when it comes to negotiating new deals for their players.
Daniel Sturridge signed a new contract towards the end of last week whilst Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling are seemingly in negotiations for a new deal at Anfield.
The Reds seem keen to tie down their most promising and established stars to new deals, with Steven Gerrard also reported to be in line for a new deal according to the Daily Telegraph, whilst manager Brendan Rodgers has suggested young Spaniard Suso is negotiating a new deal with the club.
The 22-year-old has been impressive since signing from Inter Milan for £8.5 million in the winter of 2013. His creativity, close control and craft have made him one of the most exciting player to watch in the Liverpool side.
During his time at Anfield so far, he has scored eight goals and created 15, though he and his team-mates would like him to add more to his game.
There have been several occasions where the Brazilian has got himself into good scoring positions but hasn't been able to take the opportunity afforded to him.
Nevertheless he is a promising talent and one that Liverpool should look to keep hold of. Following a poor World Cup for his country - where they were humiliated on home soil by Germany in the semi-final, and in the aftermath Coutinho has been given a call-up by the national side.