Kostas Tsimikas has signed a brand new long-term deal to increase his contract with Liverpool.
The Greek worldwide joined the membership in the summertime of 2020, arriving as a much-needed deputy to Andy Robertson at left-back.
In his first three seasons, he featured a complete of 61 instances and noticed his time cut up down the center when it got here to appearances within the Premier League and in cup competitions.
Regardless of the shortage of standard sport time, Liverpool have prolonged Tsimikas’ time on the membership and have introduced the defender has signed a brand new long-term contract, rumoured to final till 2027.
The Greek worldwide advised Liverpool FC’s official web site: “This retains me absolutely motivated for the remainder. As I’ve stated in lots of, many interviews, this staff has many, many issues to attain all collectively and I wished to be from the primary minute part of it.”
The 27-year-old was contracted till 2025, however that has now been prolonged.
Tsimikas was topic to hypothesis over his future all through the summer time in mild of his sport time and the change in techniques that requires completely different qualities from the left-sided defender.
A well-liked member of the squad, Tsimikas’ defining second in his Liverpool profession to this point is scoring the deciding penalty within the FA Cup last penalty shootout towards Chelsea in 2022.
In 2023/24 up to now, Tsimikas has began only one sport and sat on the bench for every of the Reds’ Premier League matches.
The expectation is that almost all of his appearances this season will come within the Europa League and the early levels of the home cup competitions, with Klopp to rotate his squad.
A brand new contract for Tsimikas is a considerably stunning improvement contemplating Liverpool’s wants and system modifications, however, on the very least, it protects his worth shifting ahead.