'WHAT A PLAYER, WHAT A FUTURE' - ALAN SHEARER HEAPS PRAISE ON LIVERPOOL YOUNGSTER

Alan Shearer praised the display of Trent Alexander-Arnold in Liverpool's 2-1 win over Chelsea on Sunday.

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