Trent Alexander-Arnold reaction spotted during Jürgen Klopp's final Liverpool speech

Trent Alexander-Arnold on the Liverpool bench at Anfield.

Liverpool number 66 Trent Alexander-Arnold was in tears during the presentation given to Jürgen Klopp at Anfield before the German delivered a brilliant speech on the turf.

Among a number of iconic lines that Klopp delivered, he announced Arne Slot as his successor not that it was really a secret anymore — and told Liverpool fans that they should continue to believe '100 per cent'. And while Klopp himself was able to hold himself together, the emotion inside Anfield was palpable.

Alexander-Arnold was certainly not the only one to have a tear in his eye as the afternoon played out. Klopp admitted that he would almost certainly become overwhelmed later today when the players and staff have a final get-together.

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Liverpool will look different under Klopp next season but there is no reason to think that the Reds can't progress. Klopp outlined during his speech that the squad is in a good place and he leaves behind a group ready to take the next step.

“When the next season starts you are not waiting to see what’s going on... no, you go full throttle into it," Klopp said as his speech drew to a close. "You welcome the new manager like you welcome me. You go all in from the first day.

"And when it’s hard, you keep believing. When it’s difficult, you keep believing and you push the team, for a goal or whatever. I’m one of you now, I love you to bits. The only thing we don’t have here in this wonderful stadium is the video walls, and I have to tell you, on my jumper is ‘Thank You Luv’ and ‘I Will Never Walk Alone Again’. Thank you for that, you are the best people in the world. Thank you." says: Alexander-Arnold has never known anything else when it comes to being coached at Liverpool, at senior level at least. Under Klopp, he has won the Premier League and the Champions League and become the Liverpool vice captain. In time, he will no doubt become the full-time Reds skipper when Virgil van Dijk departs.