Robertson joins Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Alisson and Virgil van Dijk in extending his stay with Liverpool this summer.
On the announcement, Robertson told Liverpoolfc.com: “Obviously when the negotiations started and it looked as if my future was going to be here longer term than what it was, then I think it’s no secret that I’m happy at this club.
“I want to stay at this club for as long as possible and to extend my stay, it’s always a happy time for me, for my family.
“We’re settled here, we love everything about this football club and I’m glad that the journey is continuing.”
Robertson has won the Premier League, Champions League, Fifa Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup during his time at the North West based outfit.
“He is still a really young man but he has huge experiences in clubs already and has unique talents for the way we want to play so I am really pleased the club have made the effort.”
The Norwegian joined Real Madrid from Stromsgodset in 2015 but only made eight league appearances for the Spanish side. Prior to joining Arsenal, Ødegaard also spent time on loan at Dutch sides Heerenveen and Vitesse as well as Spanish club, Real Sociedad.
After putting pen to paper on his new deal, Bamford told LUTV: “It was something that was spoken about at the end of last season, I wanted to try and get it sorted as soon as possible before this season started.
“It dragged on a bit because of the Euros, everyone was busy. It took a bit of time but I’m really happy to finally have tied down my long-term future.
“As a person, I’m always wanting to improve and am always chasing something else. It’s almost like we’re growing at the same rate. The club wants to get back to where it was, hopefully reaching Europe at some point, but that’s my ambition as well.
“So while they are matching, it is obviously perfectly suited.”
Last season’s form was not enough to be considered in England’s European Championship squad for Bamford, who is yet to receive an international cap at senior level, and the former Chelsea forward has made his intentions clear on breaking into Gareth Southgate’s side.
Bamford added: “I always set myself targets and there are things that I would like to achieve before leaving football. And they [European football and an England call-up] are two of them.
“But the main thing is to keep pushing on and being ambitious and seeing how far we can get in terms of a team and individually.”
“To commit my future again to this football club is something I’m incredibly proud of and a new chapter begins now for me.
“It’s probably the first time in my career that I’ve had that link away and that talk, but I think I was very keen to sit down and talk to the club and it’s worked both ways; they’ve sat down and told me their admiration for me and the way they want me to lead the team – and this club has done so much for me, I can’t put into the words the opportunities and chances that they’ve given me and I’m incredibly grateful for the club for doing that.
“I’m not finished yet here, I still have a lot left to give to this football club and I want to be there leading this team and ensuring I can give everything back and repay that faith the club have shown in me since I was eight-years-old.”
Ward-Prowse received his first England call-up in March 2017 and was part of Gareth Southgate’s 33-man provisional squad for this summer’s Euro 2020 tournament, although did not make the final 23-man squad.
England produced one of their poorest home performances in recent years to lose the second Test against India by a 151 run margin at Lord’s.
From a position where they started the final day as minimal favourites, England’s bowling was flashed all round the ground by the India tail before their batting faltered as the hosts slipped to 120 all out.
Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah – two actual tailenders – shared a ninth-wicket stand of 89 in front of some boisterous Indian support.
Shami had reached 56 not out and Bumrah an unbeaten 34 when India declared on 298-8 just after lunch, setting England an unlikely 272 to win the game or 60 overs to see out the day.
In reply, England were 1-2 after openers Rory Burns and Dom Sibley were both dismissed without scoring and hope quickly vanished when Jonny Bairstow then, crucially, captain Joe Root were out in the space of four balls either side of tea.
But, Robinson and Buttler fell in the space of four deliveries, before Mohammed Siraj bowled last man James Anderson to end with 4-32 and put a rampant India 1-0 with three Tests to play.
Abysmal England sink to new low
Disappointing England Test performances have become a recurring theme, especially away from home. They have also been bowled out for 85 and 60 at home by Ireland and Australia respectively, however they managed to win both of those matches.
What makes this defeat so poor is the way in which they threw away a genuine chance of victory, one which came after they were second best in the drawn first Test and allowed India to reach 276-3 on day one here.
Their tactics during the Shami-Bumrah stand were completely baffling. Perhaps sucked in by the emotion of James Anderson being peppered by Bumrah on the the third evening, England targeted the man rather than the stumps. By the time the changed the plan, it was too late.
Not only that, but the fractious nature of the contest – there were numerous verbal exchanges between the two sides – seemed to energize India, while England faltered.
However, when England came to bat to save the match on a pitch only showing an occasional sign of uneven bounce, they were taken to the cleaners, much to the delight of the raucous India fans inside a very atmospheric Lord’s.
England are now without a win in seven Tests and must find a response when the sides meet again at Headingley on 25 August. India, on the other hand, will be very hard to stop.
Brentford celebrated their return to the top tier after a 74-year hiatus with a stunning victory over a wasteful Arsenal side as they opened their Premier League campaign in the best way possible.
Thomas Frank’s side were magnificent on a night of pure emotion at the Brentford Community Stadium, making a superb start to the season, but inflicting serious pain on the Gunners in a sobering 90 minutes for the visitors.
Brentford took to life in the big time with ease and fully deservedly took the lead after 22 minutes when Sergi Canos drove low past keeper Bernd Leno at the near post, although Arsenal complained bitterly that the ball had gone out of play in the build-up.
Emile Smith Rowe was the only Gunners player who rose above the lack of inspiration for Arsenal, forced a save out of Brentford keeper David Raya – who also superbly kept out Nicolas Pepe’s effort in the latter stages – before the home fans exploded in noise and elation when they scored a second with 17 minutes left.
Arsenal, who lacked the duo of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang through illness, paid the price for a terrible attempt to stop substitute Mads Sorensen’s routine long throw. New £50m defender Ben White was particularly guilty as Christian Nørgaard ghosted in to head home from close range.
Brentford’s supporters, celebrated ecstatically at the full time whistle, however this was a result and performance that instantly turns the focus on Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta as he seriosuly needs an improvement on last season.
Arsenal felt there was a foul by Bees captain Pontus Jansson on Leno in the build-up to the second goal, but the visitors’ out of character defending lead to Sky Sports commentator Jamie Carragher to say: “How would you describe Arsenal’s defending here? It’s just Arsenal. Weak, bullied. New season, same old story.”
However a new chapter of Brentford’s history was written as they managed the tide of emotion to get their first Premier League campaign off to the best possible start with a display that lacked any errors whatsoever.
Brentford travel across London to Selhurst Park to take Crystal Palace next Saturday at 3pm, while Arsenal host Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium a week on Sunday and that encounter kicks off at 4.30pm.
“I loved my time here last season and I’m really happy to be back and to be a Newcastle United player,” he added.
“Leaving Arsenal is obviously a big step, and I’d like to thank everyone involved with the club for all their support over the years, but this is the right move to the right club at the right time for me.
“I only got one chance to play in front of a smaller number of Newcastle fans as a home player last season, so I can’t wait to step out in front of a packed St James’ Park and experience that atmosphere.”
“I have the chance to play in the Premier League at 21, which is not a given for everyone and I feel very happy to play every weekend against big teams.
“Last season I discovered the Premier League, I was young for a goalkeeper, so this season I have to confirm the challenge and take the opportunity the club has given me.
“I will give the maximum of myself and keep working every day with the goalkeeper coaches, it’s an important season for me and the rest of the team too.
“We work hard every day with Marcelo to try and get the best out of ourselves, we were not surprised to finish ninth last season, but we know this season will be difficult because the teams know us now, so we have to work more to try and have another good season.
“This club is unbelievable, the stadium is full all of the time and you feel the atmosphere of the fans and we play football everybody likes.
“I can’t wait to play in the Premier League with Elland Road full.”
“Where I am today, how I feel today, as a very senior, important player for the team and for the club,” added the Netherlands centre-back, who has made 130 appearances for Liverpool. “That’s just a fantastic feeling and why I definitely feel at home here.”