Mohamed Salah has signed a new three-year contract with Liverpool.
BBC Sport understands the deal – worth more than £350 000-a-week – makes the 30-year-old the highest paid player in the club’s history.
The Egypt forward only had a year left on his previous deal and there had been doubts about whether he would stay.
“It’s the best decision for us and best decision for him. He belongs with us I think. This is his club now,” said Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.
“This is a special treat for our supporters to enjoy their weekend even more. I’m sure there will be some celebrations for this news tonight.”
Salah has scored 156 goals in 254 appearances during his five years at Anfield since moving from Roma.
The wide player said: “I feel great and I am excited to win trophies with the club. It’s a happy day for everyone. We are in a good position to fight for everything.”
Salah has won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Fifa Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup during his time at Anfield.
He has also won or shared three Premier League Golden Boots and been named the PFA player of the year twice while with Klopp’s side.
“I have no doubt Mo’s best years are still to come. And that’s saying something, because the first five seasons here have been the stuff of legend,” said Klopp.
The renewal comes as a big boost after the departure of fellow forward Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich this summer.
Liverpool won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup this season but were in the running for a quadruple until the final week of the season, falling just short in the Premier League and losing the Champions League final to Real Madrid.
They have recruited Benfica and Uruguay striker Darwin Nunez for an initial £64m to offset the loss of Mane. (BBC)