The 50-year-old Brazil legend in a recent interview with the FIFA said that the England born player who plays as a right-back for the Reds could earn himself a ‘World Best Award’ in the future should he continue with his current energy.
Retired Brazilian professional footballer who played as a defender, Marcos Evangelista de Morais, better known as Cafu has hailed English Premier League club player, Trent Alexander-Arnold, for his outstanding performance in Liverpool FC.
The 50-year-old legend in a recent interview with FIFA said that the England born player who plays as a right-back for the Reds could earn himself a ‘World Best Award’ in the future should he continue with his current energy.
Cafu revealed that he enjoys watching Arnold play. He described the defender as a technically brilliant, adding that being lucky to be in a club as Liverpool would help him even get better in his career.
He said, “Brazilian football legend, Cafu believes Trent Alexander-Arnold has the potential to become one of the world’s best players,”
Cafu added, “He’s a sensational player, a rare talent,” Cafu told Fifa.Com If he keeps playing the way he has been he will be regarded as one of the best players in the world.”
“He has the potential to win The Best FIFA Men’s Player Awards. He’s technically brilliant, he has so much quality. He has a Brazilian style of play.”
“I love watching him play. And playing in such a great team will help him grow.”
Meanwhile, Naija Mohamed Salah did not play the last training match with his teammates.
He was absent from training as was Andy Robertson. The two players were rather cared for in order to return to the lawns very quickly.
According to the report, the Egyptian star was injured during the last training session and his chance of playing against Everton next Sunday is very slim.