- Trent Alexander-Arnold has been tipped to win Ballon d'Or by Cafu
- The Liverpool star has been in great form for the Reds this season
- Cafu wants the 21-year-old to continue with his impressive performance
Brazilian football legend Cafu has stated clearly that Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has the potential to win the Ballon d'Or if he continues with his impressive games.
Since breaking into Liverpool's first team, the Englishman has been superb for Jurgen Klopp and has demonstrated many times that he is a brilliant option.
However, this is not the first time that Cafu will be praising Alexander-Arnold as the right back also got message of encouragement from the Brazilian last February.
Speaking with FIFA, Cafu who won the World Cup with Brazil explained that Alexander-Arnold always make him happy anytime he watches him play for Liverpool.
"He’s a sensational player, a rare talent.
"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 award.
"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." Cafu explained.
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Last season, Alexander-Arnold was so brilliant for Liverpool in the Champions League which helped them beat Barcelona in the semifinals before lifting the trophy.
This season, the 21-year-old is also in good form as Liverpool wait to win the Premier League title after 30 years of wait.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Liverpool defender Jon Otsemobor explained how his ex teammate at Anfield El Hadji Diouf stormed his house around 2am with 10 women ready for party.
The retired English footballer claimed that he was shocked when the Senegalese appeared in his house then without even calling or informing him earlier.
While speaking on the issue, Jon Otsemobor stated that he was so surprised with such act considering the fact that they would train in the morning of that day.
But the former African footballer of the year was nonchalant about the training coming as his main priority was to enjoy his night.
It was in 2002 that Diouf joined Liverpool from Lens and spent three years at the club scoring just 3 Premier League goals in 55 games before being loaned to Bolton.
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