Trent Alexander-Arnold on why trophies mean more to Liverpool than the Manchester City ‘machine’

Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold
Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold (Image credit: Getty Images)

Trent Alexander-Arnold insists that trophies mean more to Liverpool than rivals Manchester City ahead of another tense title run-in. 

The Reds currently sit a point ahead of Pep Guardiola’s side, with the two teams set to lock horns at Anfield on Sunday, as Liverpool look to dent City’s quest to win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title.

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Matthew Ketchell
Deputy Editor

A former goalkeeper, Ketch joined FourFourTwo as Deputy Editor in 2022 having worked across ChronicleLive, LeedsLive, Hull Daily Mail, YorkshireLive, Teesside Gazette and the Huddersfield Examiner as a Northern Football Editor. Prior to that he was the Senior Writer at BBC Match of the Day magazine. He has interviewed the likes of Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Gareth Southgate and attended two World Cup finals and a Champions League final. He has been a Newcastle United season ticket holder since 2000 and has an expensive passion for collecting classic football shirts.