Trent Alexander-Arnold admits Barcelona is his favourite club

Trent Alexander-Arnold has positioned himself as one of the greatest right-backs in the game.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, right-back for Liverpool and England In an interview, revealed that his favourite team, outside of Liverpool, is Barcelona.

Alexander-Arnold is a lifelong Liverpool devotee who progressed from the club’s academy. He debuted in 2017 and since then has established himself as being one of the world’s finest right-backs. Liverpool midfielder admitted to having a soft spot for Barcelona in an interview with British GQ.


The Liverpool native has lived his whole career at Anfield, where he had been born and brought up. He has 214 outings for the team, netting 12 goals and contributing on 60 occasions.

Alexander-Arnold was a component of the Liverpool squad who overturned a 3-0 deficit in the first leg of the 2019 semi-final against Barcelona to prevail 4-0 at Anfield and advance to the final against Spurs in Madrid.  He received his first big trophy there, alongside his fellow Liverpool teammates, by capturing the trophy.

Since then, he’s earned the Premier League in 2020 as well as the League Cup last month, and he reckons there’s no reason Liverpool can’t possibly capture even more this season. The 23-year-old has also won every major tournament in football, including the Premier League, Champions League, Club World Cup, League Cup, and European Super Cup.

The Blaugrana, on the contrary side, possess a certain beauty. “I’d say my favourite team would be Barca,” he said. I feel as though they’ve got kind of the same values and beliefs as Liverpool, they like to bring players through the academy. I grew up watching Messi and that special Barcelona team, with Iniesta, Xavi, Henry, Eto’o.”, Arnold said to The British GQ as reported by BrFootball.

In recent times, Barcelona has made a comeback in regards to its identity. They’ve been ridiculed for so long that they’re getting to be treated seriously again. This is mainly due to Xavi’s outstanding work since stepping over after Ronald Koeman last November when the club was in shambles. Their most recent match indicated this; they trounced their arch-rivals Real Madrid 4-0 at Santiago Bernabeu, a crushing victory.