Rodgers said "there is the framework of a deal that is in place," and will be completed after Liverpool's home match against Newcastle. The extension will run through 2018, the AP reports citing British media reports.
Liverpool (25-6-6) trails Manchester City (26-6-5) by two points heading into the season finale and is guaranteed a spot in next year's UEFA Champions League. To have a realistic shot at winning the Premier League title, Liverpool must win and hope for a Manchester City defeat.
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