Trent Alexander-Arnold Often not a key player under Gareth Southgate

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Trent Alexander-Arnold Often not a key player under Gareth Southgate

  • The player had to be the back-up for Kyle Walker, Reece James and Kieran Trippier at right-back.
  • In the end, he had to move to play in the defensive midfield position.

Gareth Southgate, manager of the England national team, believes that Trent Alexander-Arnold The right-back, vice-captain of Liverpool, a giant club in the Premier League, will understand that he must wait for the opportunity to become the first 11 of the “Roaring Lion” party.

Southgate said: “It is a role he is discovering (midfield) and he has hungry to learn since I spoke to him about playing สมัคร ufabet the role about a year ago. Obviously he has had a very difficult journey with the national team.”

“Because we were so strong in that (right-back) area. We weren’t able to give him enough game time with the talent he has. But we always try to find a solution in this matter. And I think he knows this. I believe he understands the situation and is professional. Of course, the team always comes first.”

Throughout the past Alexander-Arnold Unable to insert himself into England’s starting right-back after having players like Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier and Rhys James block his way, he had to be moved to play. Being a midfielder

For the 25-year-old star, he play 25 games for the England national team, scoring 3 goals.

Alexander-Arnold aims to nail spot in England midfield for Euro 2024

Trent Alexander-Arnold is hoping to impress in midfield in England’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia as he seeks to secure a spot in manager Gareth Southgate’s squad for next year’s European Championship in Germany.

Alexander-Arnold previously struggled to hold down a starting place as right back under Southgate, with the manager preferring Reece James, Kyle Walker or Kieran Trippier.