Trent sends farewell message to Liverpool record holder after confirming transfer

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Trent Alexander-Arnold Sent a message to the player. Now a former Liverpool team-mate, after he confirmed he had left and signed for a new club.

 Trent Alexander-Arnold Send a message to the player is now a former Liverpool team-mate after he left the UFABET club. It was confirmed earlier this summer that several players will leave. The Reds once their contracts expire at the end of last month. One of them is Ben Woodburn now holds the record for the club’s youngest goalscorer.

Trent sends farewell message to Liverpool record holder after confirming transfer

          Woodburn has signed a one-year deal with Preston North End after being given the opportunity to test with the Championship club , his last appearance with Liverpool. Had to go back in 2018 Woodburn and Alexander-Arnold. Stepped up from the youth players of the Reds. Both made their senior team debuts for the 2016/17 season by Woodburn. Carved his name into the Anfield record with a goal against Leeds United in the EFL Cup in November 2016, but ultimately failed to maintain his place in the team. contrary to Alexander-Arnold

          Earlier this week , Woodburn posted an Instagram message saying goodbye to Liverpool. in the message The Wales international thanked everyone at the club for their assistance during the early years. In his career “16 years at this amazing club! Thank you for everything.” Alexander-Arnold A quick reply to the text reads, “Brother, what a wonderful journey,” followed by a heart-shaped emoji.

          Alexander-Arnold It wasn’t the only Reds player who messaged Woodburn in the post. Team captain Jordan Henderson also wished the 22-year-old good luck in the future. “Good luck my friend”, while others include Owen Beck, Conor Bradley, Harvey Davies, Nat Phillips and Billy Gumetio. They also shared a message wishing Woodburn good luck.

          Woodburn has left the team, but another player, Joe Gomez, who is also rumored to be preparing to leave, appears to have turned upside down when the new Reds’ sporting director, Julian Ward, to replace Michael Edwards this summer at Anfield. Looking for a way to bond with Gomez Mirror Football said the club were in talks with the 25-year-old, with Gomez facing stiff competition from both Ibrahima Konate and Joel Matip. And has also suffered multiple injuries in recent seasons, which saw the England international start just four games for the Reds in the Premier League last season. Although he is not playing and has been linked with a move to Aston Villa.But now it turns out Gomez has entered talks with Liverpool to extend his stay at the club. His current deal expires in 2024.