Liverpool and Alexander-Arnold are close to reaching an agreement worth £55m+

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The weekend saw Liverpool lose to Spurs for the first time this year, and they felt unfairly treated by a number of harsh calls.

However, the Reds shown grit despite playing with just 9 players. They should be happy with the outstanding effort they put in for the team. The future of this mentally strong team is undoubtedly promising. In terms of the future, a significant player is close to extending his contract at Anfield.

Liverpool will soon finalise the contract extension of Trent Alexander-Arnold

According to Football Insider, Liverpool and Trent Alexander-Arnold have reached an agreement in principle on a new contract for more than £55 million. Alexander-Arnold will now make more than £200,000 a week in addition to bonuses under the new contract. The approval on the deal will come soon. On September 29, Football Insider reported that the Reds had reached a “agreement in principle” with the 24-year-old. They were now finalising the terms of a new contract.

The defender’s current contract expires in 2025. But Liverpool have made substantial headway towards a new long-term contract for him. Club executives have been working closely with the player’s camp to complete the last details of the agreement. It is anticipated to be finalised and made public soon.

It happens at a time when the club’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, have just sold a small portion of their ownership to US private equity company Dynasty Equity for an amount that may range from £82 million to £164 million.

Alexander-Arnold’s retention has been a top objective for Jurgen Klopp. According to reports, the right-back is dedicated to the team and has no ambitions to quit. Even though he won’t turn 25 until next week, he has spent his whole career at Liverpool and has already made an impressive 277 appearances.

Since the end of the previous season, the manager has successfully shifted the England international into a hybrid role in an effort to make the most of his elite passing range.

Prior to suffering a hamstring injury early in the new season, Alexander-Arnold was a regular starter for the Reds. He scored four goals and contributed ten assists in 47 games the previous season.

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