Trent Alexander-Arnold has extended his contract with Liverpool by four years, serving as a boost to the Anfield club.
The Reds are faced with the priority of tying down a number of key players and Alexander-Arnold has become the first to put pen to paper, with the right-back agreeing to continue with his boyhood club until 2025.
Alexander-Arnold’s latest deal has seen a significant increase in his wages as he joins Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk as one of the club’s highest earners.
Speaking to the club’s official website on the announcement of his new contract, the 22-year-old academy graduate described it as a “no-brainer.”
“I’m honoured to be given the opportunity and be shown the trust of the club with an extension,” he said.
“It was a no-brainer for me, I think the state the club’s in and where I’m at in my career, it was always a good option for me.
“To extend and make sure I’m here longer is always a good thing. So I’m made up.”
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