Liverpool have been working hard on not only improving their squad, but making sure that their stars stay at the club.
The Reds have already announced their first summer signing after reaching an agreement with RB Leipzig for Ibrahima Konate.
The French defender joined the Reds in a £36 million deal.
However, as previously stated, the Reds are also working hard on ensuring that their stars stay at the club for the foreseeable future.
It was already reported that Liverpool are set to offer Mohamed Salah a new contract, but it appears that the Merseyside club are not done there.
New reports from The Independent claim that Liverpool are set to reward the fullback pairing of Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold with new lucrative contracts.
The duo have been a vital part of Liverpool's Champions League and Premier League success in the recent years.
Andy Robertson joined an exclusive club of just nine Liverpool players.
The Scottish defender started all 38 Premier League games this season for Liverpool, becoming only the ninth ever player in Liverpool history.
He joined several Liverpool legends to do this including; Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman, Stig Inge Bjornebye, Markus Babbel, Sami Hyypia (x2), Jamie Carragher (x2), Martin Skrtel and Virgil van Dijk (x2).
With Liverpool looking to tie down the defensive duo to new contracts that would keep them at the club for years to come, Liverpool's back line is in tact once again.
Once Virgil van Dijk returns to the starting XI next season, The Reds will be back to the defensive colossus that Liverpool supporters have become accustom to.