Alexander Arnold still lives at home, in no hurry to leave

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Trent Alexander-Arnold will turn 24 in October. Perhaps the best right-back in the world grew up near Liverpool’s former training ground in Melwood.

He and his family have since moved, but he still lives in his home town, and he has no plans to move out of his parents anytime soon.

– I think young players are always in a hurry. You start getting paid well, young players think the first thing they have to do is go out and get a new car and things like that, Alexander Arnold says in an interview with CNN:.

– So the surroundings are not the same. You live at home, you have parents who can keep you and make sure things are kept clean and tidy, dishes don’t pile up, and you come home to a clean, nice house and things like that, he says.

Don’t want to go out anytime soon

The parents of the right-back are Michael Arnold and Diane Alexander. Diane in particular has received a lot of credit for her son’s progress. Throughout her time at the academy, she was very involved.

– If you live at home alone, and it comes to breakfast and dinner, you just think “I’ll take it later”, then you come home from training and come home in a mess. So I was in no hurry to get away from home.

biggest city: Alexander-Arnold says the matches against Manchester City are the biggest now.

I’ve always loved having family around me. They kept my feet on the ground and pushed me to reach the level I have reached so far. I don’t think there is any rush for me to make a decision, says Liverpool’s number 66 player.

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The matches against City are the biggest now

As a Liverpool fan, Alexander-Arnold grew up with Manchester United and Everton as his biggest rivals, but he no longer sees matches against both teams as the biggest of the season.

Historically, there will always be this tension and rivalry with Everton and United, but at the moment for other reasons. I always thought it would be the case for Liverpool to hate Everton and Man United. This will always be the case, no matter where the team finishes in the league and during matches. There are always very hot matches, matches that fans want to win, he says.

The meetings with City are the largest this season.

For other reasons now, Manchester City is the biggest game of the season. The best team in England, and one, if not the best team in the world as well. It is the team that sets the standards for the rest of the league. They’ve won four league championships in five or so years, and not many teams can say they have. It’s hard for us to look beyond them for motivation. The motive is that if we stick to and around the city, you will be counted on, he says.

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