Trent Alexander-Arnold
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Credits: Twitter)

Trent Alexander-Arnold’s latest activity on social media has sent the Liverpool fans wild. His recent post has convinced many that Jude Bellingham is all set to arrive at Anfield next season.

The Borussia Dortmund star has been heavily linked with the Merseyside outfit for quite some time now. And although Liverpool are widely considered a likely destination for Bellingham, they are not the only big club in the race to sign up the England midfielder.

Apart from Liverpool, reigning European champions Real Madrid are also interested in bringing Bellingham to Santiago Bernabeu. Liverpool’s bitter rivals Manchester United and Chelsea have also been linked with Bellingham.

Jude Bellingham
Jude Bellingham (Credits: Twitter)

Jude Bellingham to Liverpool?

Amidst all the speculations, Alexander-Arnold has made many Liverpool fans convinced that Jude Bellingham could be on his way to Liverpool. The Liverpool star recently took to his social media pages to upload a picture of himself along with Bellingham.

Alexander-Arnold and Bellingham are both part of Gareth Southgate’s England squad at the World Cup. With England booking their place in the next stage of the World Cup following the win over Wales, the squad was given a day off by Southgate.

And Bellingham and Alexander-Arnold decided to use their off day by exploring Qatar’s capital Doha during the evening. Posting a picture from the evening, Alexander-Arnold wrote: “Stroll in the city with bro.”

Bellingham was quick to reply to the post from his England teammate by posting:

And the exchange between Alexander-Arnold and Bellingham was enough to send the Liverpool fans crazy. The fans hailed ‘agent’ Trent and were convinced that Bellingham is set to don the Liverpool jersey from next season.

Here are some of the reactions to Alexander-Arnold’s tweet:

Meanwhile, England have booked their place in last 16 and will lock horns against Senegal for a place in the quarterfinal. They began their campaign with a 6-2 win over Iran before playing out a goalless draw with USA. It was followed by  a 3-2 win over Wales.