Trent Alexander-Arnold wears unreleased Adidas boots for Liverpool vs Man City
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Trent Alexander-Arnold has taken to the field wearing a pair of unreleased boots against Manchester City.
On Saturday afternoon, Liverpool travelled to the Etihad Stadium looking to end their awful away league run against City.
Liverpool headed into the Premier League weekend one point behind league leaders City.
After a cagey start, it was Erling Haaland who notched the hosts in front with 27 minutes on the clock after a poor kick from Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
Shortly after the match kicked off, it was spotted that Alexander-Arnold was wearing a pair of unreleased Adidas Predator boots.
According to The Athletic, who claimed: “Trent Alexander-Arnold has taken to the field in an unreleased pair of Adidas boots today - which appear to be the next generation Predator.”
Alexander-Arnold had been sponsored by Under Armour for the last few seasons but it seems that the partnership has come to an end.
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Trent Alexander Arnold is wearing an unreleased pair of next generation Adidas Predators.
Trent has been one of Under Armour’s key football athletes for many years now so this is a massive moment in his personal life pic.twitter.com/6dKNCuw54T
Speaking ahead of the match, Alexander-Arnold outlined Liverpool’s aims for the season.
He said, via The Guardian: “Our aim as a team is to win the league and that’s the aim again this season.
“Last season wasn’t good enough. We were nowhere near good enough to get anywhere near that last year and that’s where we needed to put it right this year.”
Alexander-Arnold continued: “We brought new players in; it was about adapting as quick as possible and making sure we laid a good foundation at the start of the season. We are in a really strong position and results- and form-wise we are doing enough to stay as close as possible to the top of the table.
“The league isn’t won yet, there are still a lot of games to play, but so far we’ve performed in a way that is how you would expect someone who can win the league to perform and if we carry this on we should be in and around it come May.”