Liverpool published a statement on its official website and account on Twitter, in which it was stated that the 19-year-old put a pen to paper at the AXA training center on Thursday and then spoke of his happiness in doing so.
The 19-year-old made his debut with Jurgen Klopp’s first team in the early stages of last season, after an impressive loan period with Blackburn Rovers in 2020-21.
After signing new terms with Liverpool in July 2021, Elliott started three of the Reds’ opening four Premier League games before his lead was dented by a serious ankle injury he picked up at Leeds United in September.
Elliott has scored 22 games for a senior team since arriving at Anfield in the summer of 2019, including against Manchester City and the former Fulham club so far this season.
“It is always good to know that I will be here for many more years, which is always great being my childhood club and there is nothing in this world that makes me happier and more excited than this,” Harvey Elliott told Liverpoolfc.com.
He continued: “It was a huge surprise for me, my family, and even for the club, a lot has happened in the years I have been here, we have already won a lot and hopefully we can win a lot more, so just to know I will be here for a long time again – like I said It’s always a great feeling for me and my family and for being a Liverpool fan there is no better place in this world to be than to play for Liverpool and put on the shirt and go out and play for the team and the fans.
The Liverpool rookie, I hope there will be many memories to come with, but I am very excited to put pen to paper and stay here longer.”