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Shocking revelation that could take Trent Alexander-Arnold away from Anfield frightens Klopp

By Liam Styles

Shocking revelation that could take Trent Alexander-Arnold away from Anfield frightens Klopp

Trent Alexander-Arnold has been given a new role at Liverpool and with the England national team

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Although Liverpool's last season ended in disappointment for their fans as they finished outside the Champions League places, one of the reasons Reds fans may have is the resurgence of Trent Alexander-Arnold, who during the final stretch of the campaign and the last matches with the England national team, showed a great level.


Faced with the need to make changes in the game plan, Jürgen Klopp decided to try Trent Alexander-Arnold in a new position and placed him as a midfielder, with the intention of freeing him a little from his defensive responsibilities and leaving him freer to join the attack and generate goal-scoring moves.

His performance in this new role was so good that not only Klopp was very happy, but also the coach of the England national team, Gareth Southgate, was surprised with Alexander-Arnold's performance and during the qualifying matches for Euro 2024 he used him in the same position and the number 10 of the English team was one of the best players of the team.

And it seems that with this change of role, Alexander-Arnold could have found his definitive place in the England team, because previously when he was considered as a right-back, Southgate had Kyle Walker ahead of him and even Reece James, but now it seems that the Liverpool player has secured his starting place in international commitments. But this, could backfire on Klopp and Liverpool, as according to a former Reds star, it could result in Alexander-Arnold's departure from the team.


Robbie Fowler's prediction on the future of Trent Alexander-Arnold

In an interview with The Mirror, former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler assured that Trent Alexander-Arnold does not need to change position to be considered a starter in the England national team, as he believes that Trent is already one of the best players in the world and even assured that if Liverpool put him up for sale there would be no team in the world that would not want him. "If Trent Alexander-Arnold was put on the transfer list by Liverpool tomorrow, every top club in Europe would want to sign him", he said.

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