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Liverpool are mounting another serious challenge for the Premier League title and with the transfer window reopening soon, Alexander-Arnold was asked to put himself in his manager's shoes.
He was asked what dream transfers he'd make for the Reds, picking Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and Tottenham's Son Heung-min.
The right-back told Uncut: "De Bruyne and Son."
On the Belgium play-maker, he added: ""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."
On the South Korean forward, Alexander-Arnold said: "Son, again, an outstanding player. The speed, finishing and composure."
The 23-year-old has been likened to De Bruyne, with Gary Neville paying him a huge compliment - comparing his delivery to the Man City star.
As for Son, he's been a consistent performer for Spurs, scoring 17 league goals last season.
Alexander-Arnold was also quizzed on his toughest league opponent to date.
He opted for ex-Chelsea star Eden Hazard, highlighting his incredible trickery and speed.
"Very skilful and quick. He didn't really have many weaknesses to be honest. He'd mastered his game to perfection," said the England international.
"By the time I came up against him, he was an all-round player exceptional in many aspects of the game. So really difficult to deal with. So, I'd say him."
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