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Trent Alexander-Arnold snubs Liverpool legends when naming one all-time great he'd 'love to have played with'

Trent Alexander-Arnold snubs Liverpool legends when naming one all-time great he'd 'love to have played with'

Alexander-Arnold didn't pick a Liverpool legend.

Trent Alexander-Arnold has snubbed a host of Liverpool legends when naming the Premier League player he would love to have played with.

Alexander-Arnold is one of the best players in the Premier League, and he has played with his fair share of household names as well.

The 25-year-old has shared the Anfield pitch with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk, while for England he has been lucky to count stars including Harry Kane and Phil Foden as teammates.

With Premier League and Champions League winners' medals already in his collection, there isn't much more that the Liverpool full-back could wish for. Well, maybe there is one thing.

After being named the PFA Fans' Player of the Month for December, Alexander-Arnold took part in a quick-fire 66-second interview.

When he was asked to name one player he would like to have played with, he didn't even pause to consider the long list of Liverpool legends that came before him.

His instinctive choice was Arsenal icon Thierry Henry, widely regarded as one of the finest attackers to ever grace the Premier League.

The Gunners signed Henry from Juventus in 1999 for a then-club record fee of around £11 million. The Frenchman went on to make 258 appearances for Arsene Wenger's side, scoring 175 goals and registering 74 assists.

The attacker won two Premier League titles and two FA Cups with Arsenal, and was a member of 'The Invincibles' squad that won the 2003/04 league title without losing a single game.

In picking out Henry, Trent snubbed Liverpool heroes like Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen, Xabi Alonso and Fernando Torres, all of whom he likely watched while growing up.

The Liverpool academy graduate made his senior debut in October 2016, about a year-and-a-half after Gerrard's last game for the club.

Featured Image Credit: Getty and X (@PFA)

Topics: Liverpool, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Steven Gerrard, Thierry Henry, Premier League, Arsenal