Trent Alexander-Arnold has put pen to paper on a brand new long-term contract at Liverpool, tying him to the membership till at the very least 2024.
The 20-year-old full again has cemented his place in Jürgen Klopp’s first over the past two seasons, establishing himself as one of the promising gamers not solely within the Premier League however throughout the entire of Europe.
In a bid to maintain their first workforce intact for so long as doable, Liverpool have been in a position to agree on phrases with Alexander-Arnold over a brand new and improved five-and-a-half-year contract at Anfield.
“I’m ecstatic and actually proud,” Alexander-Arnold informed the membership’s official website. “I really feel privileged to have the assist and the belief the membership has in me to supply me a brand new deal.
“There was little doubt in my thoughts to signal and prolong the years I’ve with the membership. Hopefully, we will obtain a variety of success in these years.
With regards to taking part in soccer, there is just one membership for me. After 14 years at @liverpoolfc I’m so comfortable to signal a brand new contract! Simply need to say thanks to the followers for all of your assist on my journey to date ❤ #YNWA pic.twitter.com/oxMdkwQaeL
— Trent Arnold (@trentaa98) January 19, 2019
“As quickly as they supplied the contract, there was no hesitation in any respect. The factor that made it best for me was having the folks round me to verify I used to be in a position to concentrate on soccer as a lot as doable and get the deal accomplished as quickly as doable.
“That’s right down to my brother particularly, my supervisor, who took that position and allowed me to concentrate on soccer and never get distracted, which is the primary factor.”
Alexander-Arnold has made 67 appearances all through his Liverpool profession to date, the place he is scored 4 objectives and claimed seven assists throughout all competitions.
The teenager has additionally been in a position to accumulate a handful of appearances with Gareth Southgate’s England following his breakthrough at Liverpool in 2016.