Trent Alexander-Arnold has earned his third consecutive PFA Younger Participant of the 12 months nomination, having already gained the award in 2020.
It was a marketing campaign of ups and downs for Alexander-Arnold, however he ended it in world-class kind as Liverpool completed third within the Premier League.
An unbeaten 10-game run to conclude the season noticed the right-back rating as soon as and help 4 instances, together with the nook for Alisson‘s pivotal header towards West Brom.
Following an uproar over whether or not or not he could be included in England’s 26-man squad for the Euros, the 22-year-old was named by Gareth Southgate on Tuesday, and has now adopted that up along with his newest awards nod.
Alexander-Arnold is one in every of six gamers up for the PFA Younger Participant of the 12 months award, together with Man Metropolis‘s Phil Foden, Man United‘s Mason Greenwood, Chelsea‘s Mason Mount, West Ham‘s Declan Rice and Arsenal‘s Bukayo Saka.
Foden and Mount are more likely to be the favourites for the award, however Alexander-Arnold’s nomination exhibits the admiration he holds amongst his Premier League friends.
It’s the third 12 months in a row that the No. 66 has been nominated for PFA Younger Participant of the 12 months, having additionally been within the working for PFA Participant of the 12 months final season.
He gained the prize in 2020, changing into the primary Liverpool participant to take action since Steven Gerrard in 2001, and solely the fifth because the award was based in 1974.
Ian Rush (1983), Robbie Fowler (1995 and 1996) and Michael Owen (1998) have additionally been named PFA Younger Participant of the 12 months.
No Liverpool gamers have been nominated for this 12 months’s PFA Participant of the 12 months award, with Foden up for it together with Harry Kane, Ruben Dias, Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and Bruno Fernandes.