'He is the best': Paul Merson says nobody in the PL is better at one skill than 25-year-old Liverpool star. - soocer442
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‘He is the best’: Paul Merson says nobody in the PL is better at one skill than 25-year-old Liverpool star.



Liverpool’s prodigy may make his or her debut of the season against LASK, according to breaking news.Trent Alexander-Arnold may not be the greatest right-back in the world, but he is the best passer of the ball in the Premier League, according to Paul Merson.

Merson was speaking with Sportskeeda after the 25-year-old equalized late in the stalemate between Manchester City and Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium.



“No one in the Premier League is better at one skill than the 25-year-old Liverpool star,” says Paul Merson.Some might have anticipated that Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jérémy Doku would have a turbulent afternoon. To be true, Doku did experience a number of truly brilliant moments.


Merson Paul lauds Arnold Alexander Trent AlexanderOn the contrary, Arnold had the opportunity to contribute more to Manchester City’s goal by facilitating Nathan Ake’s escape from a couple of challenges.The England international, however, made reparations as the match progressed. He was the goal scorer. In fact, Doku’s impact on the game began to diminish as the competition progressed.


Clearly, Paul Merson does not anticipate the academy graduate to win any prestigious accolades in the near future for his defending, but he did say that Alexander-Arnold impressed him tremendously over the weekend.


“Indeed befits Trent Alexander-Arnold.” “In my opinion, he is the Premier League’s best passer,” he stated to Sportskeeda.”Much has been said about him, but last weekend he scored an equalizer against the greatest team in the land. Although he may not be the preeminent player at his position, there are opponents who are more formidable opponents on defense. On the ball, however, few can compete.”


A world-class holding midfielder prevents Liverpool from realizing the maximum potential of the right back.

His inclusion in the Liverpool squad notwithstanding his deficiencies as a defender is conclusive evidence of Alexander-Arnold’s prowess with the ball.If he were a winger, his 17 goals and 75 assists in 288 appearances across all competitions for the Reds would have been even more impressive. Therefore, accomplishing that as a defender is incredible.


And it should come as no surprise that Jurgen Klopp is willing to make the trade-off in order to acquire Alexander-Arnold, considering the caliber of Liverpool’s defense.


It is unsettling to consider the extent of his potential once the Reds acquire a defensive midfielder of international caliber who can assist in shielding Alexander-Arnold.