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CONFIRMED. This is the date when Trent will be back for Liverpool!



Trent Alexander-Arnold is progressing well in his recovery from a knee injury, signaling a potentially earlier return to action than initially anticipated.

The Liverpool defender has been sidelined since February 10 after sustaining knee ligament damage during a match against Burnley. However, recent reports suggest that Alexander-Arnold is stepping up his workload at the AXA Training Centre, indicating positive signs in his rehabilitation process.

Initially, it was suggested that Alexander-Arnold and teammate Diogo Jota could make their return to the squad following the game against Brighton on March 31. However, fresh reports indicate that Alexander-Arnold is eyeing an earlier comeback, with the clash against Sheffield United on April 4 being earmarked as a potential return date.

This development comes as welcome news for Liverpool, who have missed Alexander-Arnold’s influential presence on the field.

While the 25-year-old is likely to be gradually reintegrated into the team to avoid any setbacks, his return would undoubtedly bolster Liverpool’s defensive options. In his absence, Conor Bradley and Joe Gomez have deputized admirably, but Alexander-Arnold’s return would provide a significant boost to the team’s defensive solidity and attacking prowess.

Liverpool’s medical staff will exercise caution in managing Alexander-Arnold’s return, mindful of the risk of re-injury. However, his potential availability for the Sheffield United fixture signals a positive development in his recovery journey.

Beyond Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool’s injury situation appears to be improving, with Curtis Jones expected to return against Brighton and Stefan Bajcetic and Alisson making progress in their respective recoveries. While some players like Joel Matip and Thiago may be ruled out for the remainder of the season, the prospect of Alexander-Arnold’s return adds a sense of optimism as Liverpool enters the crucial phase of the campaign.

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