- Liverpool right-back out to impress in first XI against Malta
- Alexander-Arnold: ‘I see an opportunity I want to take’
Trent Alexander-Arnold is determined to become a regular starter for England and believes that impressing during this international camp will increase his hopes of an important role at next summer’s European Championship.
Alexander-Arnold, who is in line to start Friday night’s Euro 2024 qualifier against Malta, feels his international career is finally about to take off. The Liverpool right-back missed Euro 2020 through injury, had a bit-part role at last year’s World Cup and is yet to establish himself in Gareth Southgate’s XI, but he has started to shine for his country since being handed a midfield role last summer.
Written by Jacob Steinberg
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/nov/16/trent-alexander-arnold-sends-message-to-southgate under the title “‘I want to start at Euro 2024’: Alexander-Arnold sends message to Southgate”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.