Trent Alexander-Arnold reveals he would sign ‘OUTSTANDING’ Kevin De Bruyne and Son Heung-min if he were Liverpool manager, as he opens up on why he admires his Premier League rivals
- Trent Alexander-Arnold was asked who would be his dream January signings
- The Liverpool right back picked out two star players of the Premier League
- Alexander-Arnold said Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne skillset was ‘frightening’
- He praised Spurs forward Son Heung-min’s ‘speed, finishing and composure’
Trent Alexander-Arnold has revealed who would be his two dream signings for Liverpool if he was Reds manager next month.
The 23-year-old is thriving again for the Reds this season, scoring a piledriver last week against Newcastle and registering eight assists for the second-placed Reds so far this season.
Yet Alexander-Arnold, when asked to take the managerial hotseat, says he would sign Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne and Tottenham forward Son Heung-min.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has revealed who would be his two dream signings for Liverpool
Alexander-Arnold would sign Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne and Tottenham’s Son Heung-min
‘De Bruyne and Son,’ Alexander-Arnold told the Premier League’s Uncut YouTube show.
‘De Bruyne because I admire him a lot as a player. His vision, his technique, his accuracy.
‘Outstanding player. The assists and the chances created he does is frightening.
‘Son, again, an outstanding player. The speed, finishing and composure.’
Alexander-Arnold has come up against De Bruyne in numerous big clashes in recent years
The Liverpool right back was victorious against Son in the 2019 Champions League final
De Bruyne, who has won the PFA Players’ Player of the Year in the last two seasons, has scored four goals in 12 Premier League appearances for top-of-the-table City this season.
Son, meanwhile, scored against Liverpool in the 2-2 draw last Sunday – the South Korean’s seventh Premier League goal of the season.
Alexander-Arnold is next expected to be in action against Leicester on December 28, after Liverpool’s Boxing Day clash against Leeds was postponed.