Website Language

Active date

Trent Alexander-Arnold speaks out on Lucas Moura and reveals how they will approach the game ahead of UCL final

Stuart Franklin - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

Photo/Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

Liverpool and Tottenham will square off for the Champions League title on June 1.

The Champions League final will be an all-English first time in over a decade. Manchester United triumphed over Chelsea following a dramatic penalty shoot-out in 2008 final.

Ahead of the game, Liverpool player Trent Alexander-Arnold has spoken out to the press.

“We’ve done our prep and gone to Marbella for a bit, so that will help us. The heat will cause a problem for both teams. We need to prepare for that,” said Trent. 

On Liverpool fans, the player added“I think the numbers here already it’s impossible to fit them all in the stadium. We know wherever we go around Europe the fans will be there. We experienced it last season. This season we’ve experienced it as well. The lads are prepared to put everything on the line for the fans.”

Alexander-Arnold revealed how they will approach the game: “We’ll try and play how we have done all season and not change it.”

“He came from a tough time in Paris and he’s showed since he came into the Premier League that he’s a top class player. He’s up there as one of their most dangerous players. I think we need to respect Tottenham as a full team and use our tactics against them knowing how we can hurt them,” said the 22-year-old on Lucas Moura of Tottenham.

“Last season we learnt a lot from the game. We’ve used things throughout the season after what happened in Kiev. Personally I don’t want to feel tomorrow like I did in Kiev last season,” concluded the player. 

Confirmed: Liverpool’s Champions League final squad. Keita out