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Liverpool have confirmed that Martha Harris, Ashley Hodson and Katie Zelem, have signed new contracts with the club.
England Under-23 defender Harris joined the club from Notts County Ladies, formerly Lincoln City Ladies, in 2013 and helped the team retain their Women's Super League title in her first season with the Reds.
Striker Hodson has progressed through the ranks at Liverpool Ladies and featured regularly for Matt Beard's side last season having impressed with Liverpool Ladies Development Squad.
Manchester-born midfielder Zelem joined the Reds in 2013 from Manchester United and is a regular for Mo Marley's England Under-19's.
Liverpool manager Scott Rogers spoke of his delight at securing the future of three youngsters, commenting: "All three players are players with a great deal of potential. Last season was a difficult season for us, but one of the benefits was allowing players like Martha, Ashley and Katie to gain some valuable first team experience.
"I am confident that all three players will improve their game because of the experience gained last season and will be crucial players for both club and country in the coming years."
New Zealand international Rosie White has also signed a new contract with the club. Reds striker White joined the club during the mid-season break in 2015 having previously played for Western Springs and Three Kings United in New Zealand before moving to United States to play for University of California.
On signing her contract extension, White said: "I have really enjoyed my time at Liverpool Ladies so far and I am delighted to have agreed a new deal to extend my time with the Club.
"The Women's Super League is one of the most competitive leagues in the World and I cannot wait for the new season to begin."
Reds manager Scott Rogers spoke of his delight extend White's deal, commenting: "We are delighted that Rosie has agreed a new deal with the Club. She really impressed after joining in the mid-season break and will definitely be a key player for us next season."
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