Liverpool star Nat Phillips has garnered a lot of support this season for his grand performances in the absence of Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.
It has been claimed the Bolton born centre-half’s contract runs out in just three months, as stated by Rousing The Kop, but it turns out this is actually false.
Look at their response, here:
In fact, and it doesn’t take much research to find this information, the 23-year-old signed a long-term contract with Liverpool in 2019 – as per the club’s official website.
While the phrase ‘long-term contract’ is somewhat polysemantic, we know it at least extends beyond June 2021.
Phillips has made a total of ten appearances for Liverpool this season, with nine of them coming in the Premier League alone.
The centre-half made his Champions League debut for the Reds against RB Leipzig on Wednesday night, putting in an impressive performance alongside 20-year-old Ozan Kabak.
Jurgen Klopp couldn’t have been happier for Phillips, telling journalists in his post-match interview “he’s doing all the right things in the right moments” (follow the link above for the boss’ full comments on the defender).