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How Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold can end domestic football at 23 with FA Cup win over Chelsea


Trent Alexander-Arnold could establish himself in an elite group with victory in the FA Cup final this afternoon.

The 23-year-old Liverpool star will be part of Jurgen Klopp’s squad when they take on Chelsea at Wembley Stadium – a game which will be shown live on talkSPORT.

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Alexander-Arnold has achieved a huge amount in his young career so far

How Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold can end domestic football at 23 with FA Cup win over Chelsea

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He was part of the Liverpool team that won the Champions League in 2019

Should the Reds emerge victorious, the young full-back will have had his fill of club football.

Victory over Thomas Tuchel’s side will secure the FA Cup for Liverpool, the only trophy that has eluded Alexander-Arnold so far.

Despite his young age, the England international has already won every available piece of silverware at the highest level of club play.

This includes a Premier League title, League Cup, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.

The FA Cup is the missing piece of the puzzle and would ensure Alexander-Arnold lifts all six elite trophies available to him at Anfield.

With the League Cup already tied this season, Liverpool are still in contention for an emphatic quadruple this term, something addressed in February highlighting that the winning mentality at the club has made them a threat in all competitions.


How Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold can end domestic football at 23 with FA Cup win over Chelsea

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Alexander Arnold now hopes to add the FA Cup to his trophy

How Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold can end domestic football at 23 with FA Cup win over Chelsea

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Alexander-Arnold still has a trophy in sight

He said: “Certainly on all four fronts, it’s easier to have so many great players in the squad.

“But the seasons where we won the Champions League and almost won the league, we showed people that we could compete on many fronts.

“Being on all four fronts is good for us. Our goal is to make sure we’re still in all four competitions for as long as we can.

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