Liverpool youngster Trent Alexander-Arnold is set to sign a new contract.
The teenager has triggered an automatic wage increase having made thirty first-team appearances for the club, according to an article in The Mirror.
He reached that mark back in February and is expected to complete the formalities of putting pen to paper on the new deal at the end of the campaign.
Alexander-Arnold will be rewarded for his recent good form by committing to the club as the new contract will see his wages doubled.
The nineteen year old followed up a disappointing afternoon at Old Trafford in a 2-1 loss against Manchester United with some impressive outings against Manchester City in the Champions League.
The club are reported to have been preparing to reward him for his fine performances anyway, so this will take care of those intentions.
He has made it very difficult for both Nathaniel Clyne and Joe Gomez to get back into the team.