27 Sept 2016

Boss raves: Exciting Liverpool sensation who impressed Klopp 'has it all'. Future Star?

Academy sensation Trent Alexander-Arnold is yet to feature for Liverpool's first-team this season, but according to U23s boss Michael Beale, the 17-year old is knocking on the first-team door.

After watching Alexander-Arnold's impressive performance against Sunderland at the weekend, U23s boss Michael Beale told the Liverpool Echo:

“He [AA] is young and playing ever so well. Speed, aggression, strength; he has it all. The confidence of training with the first team - you can see it in the development he has made".

Brendan Rodgers first brought Alexander-Arnold into the first-team fold last year, and Jurgen Klopp also seems to rate the youngster. When asked about his progress in August, Klopp enthused:

"Trent is a real Scouser, right? If there’s a player who is a Scouser and can play football then we should go for him 100%. But it’s not the first thing we should think about.”

Alexander-Arnold's description on the official LFC website:

"A creative central midfield player with a great engine and an eye for a pass, Trent is the one that makes the team tick. He can also play at right-back".

A possible future first-teamer for LFC, or will Alexander-Arnold go the same way as Rossiter, Sinclair, and Canos?


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