Trent Alexander-Arnold Defender
D.O.B 7/10/98
Place of Birth Liverpool
D.O.B 7/10/98
Place of Birth Liverpool

Trent has been with the Academy since the age of six and is a bright prospect who achieved a senior debut for the club in October 2016.

He began the 2014-15 campaign as captain of the U16 team, made his U18s debut in 2014 and became captain of Neil Critchley's side.

A creative central midfield player or reliable full-back, Trent possesses a great engine and an eye for a pass, and is as comfortable involving himself in attacks as stopping them.

Two months after an impressive outing for the first team in the pre-season friendly win at Swindon Town in August 2015, he maintained his ascent by penning a professional contract with the Reds.

And a year on, having been named on the bench for the Premier League opener against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium, Alexander-Arnold made his senior debut in a League Cup victory over Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield.

Trent made his first Premier League start for the club during the 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford on January 15, 2017.

And on July 7 of that year, he committed his future to the club, penning a new long-term contract.

In 2017-18 Alexander-Arnold made his big breakthrough. With Nathaniel Clyne ruled out through injury, Trent shared the right-back berth with Joe Gomez.

Alexander-Arnold made 33 first-team appearances in total including a start in the 2018 Champions League final.

He was then handed an England debut before being given a place in Gareth Southgate's squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.