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Liverpool are reportedly uncertain on the position of their defender Trent Alexander-Arnold ahead of the England squad announcement for the upcoming Euro 2020. This is according to the publication from The Athletic which revealed that Liverpool player Trent is likely to miss out on the 26-man squad for Euro 2020

The England squad announcement for Euro 2020 by Gareth Southgate is due on Tuesday and Trent could miss out despite a fantastic end to the season in the colours of Liverpool. He was a key part of the Reds team that won their last four games in the Premier League to secure Champions League football ahead of the new season.

England national team boss Southgate has always had a problem with the defensive aspect of Trent’s game and the player was controversially left out of the last England squad for the March international break. Trent was a major absentee from the England team that defeated San Marino, Albania and Poland in March at the start of their qualifiers ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar. Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier, Chelsea player Reece James and Manchester City defender Kyle Walker were all selected for that England squad in March at right-back ahead of Trent and they are all expected to be named in the squad for Euro 2020.

Trippier, James and Walker have all had impressive seasons with their respective clubs just like what’s obtainable with Trent Alexander-Arnold at Liverpool. Trippier was part of the Atletico Madrid squad that won the Spanish La Ligatitle thanks to the 2-1 comeback win over relegated Real Valladolid at the weekend, while James helped Chelsea reach the FA Cup and Champions League finals this season. On his part; Walker won the Premier League title with Manchester City. He now has three Premier League titles and all of them came on the back of his transfer from Spurs to City in 2017.