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The news broke earlier today that Alexander-Arnold’s contract with Liverpool will be terminated.

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A “confident” Trent Alexander-Arnold is the future of Liverpool, according to the board.

According to sources informed by Football Insider, Trent Alexander-Arnold may anticipate a substantial, long-term contract offer from Liverpool.

 

Liverpool are aiming to secure long-term contracts for Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, and Alexander-Arnold, according to Football Insider (10 February). The Reds are “confident” in their ability to negotiate agreements.

 

Football Insider has acquired information from credible sources indicating that of the three superstars, the full-back is most likely to receive the “longest-term” and “biggest” contract.

 

Despite the fact that his contract is set to expire in 2025, he is reportedly not pushing to leave his boyhood club.The news of Alexander-Arnold’s contract termination with Liverpool surfaced earlier today. Latest Updates Earlier today, Liverpool announced that Alexander-Arnold’s contract had been terminated.Managers at Liverpool are eager to secure the 25-year-old’s long-term commitment because they see him as the team’s future.The club is hoping he’ll sign a new deal that increases his rumored £180,000 weekly salary.

 

Alexander-Arnold has been a game-changer for the Reds ever since he made his professional debut in October 2016.

 

He has now played in 218 games across all competitions, scoring 14 goals and setting up 57 assists.

 

Among his two goals and nine assists for the season in all competitions is a crucial late equalizer he scored in November against Man City, another title contender.Liverpool remains atop the Premier League rankings after Sunday’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal; but, the top spot will be reclaimed by City if they win their last match.

 

Burnley, who are in nineteenth place in the league, will be their opponent this coming Saturday (10 February) at Anfield.Liverpool remains atop the Premier League rankings after Sunday’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal; but, the top spot will be reclaimed by City if they win their last match.

 

Burnley, who are in nineteenth place in the league, will be their opponent this coming Saturday (10 February) at Anfield.

 

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