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Real Madrid is closely monitoring Trent Alexander-Arnold’s situation at Liverpool as he enters the final 12 months of his contract, according to sources at 90min.

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Alexander-Arnold, 25, has yet to finalize a new contract with Liverpool, who have been focused on restructuring their sporting hierarchy and appointing a new manager following Jurgen Klopp’s departure at the end of the season.

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With Michael Edwards returning to Fenway Sports Group as CEO of Football and Richard Hughes set to become the new sporting director this summer, Liverpool’s search for a new manager continues after Xabi Alonso confirmed he will remain with Bayer Leverkusen in 2024.

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The uncertainty surrounding the identity of the next manager is believed to be a key factor delaying Alexander-Arnold’s contract negotiations. The right-back is eager to understand the plans of any potential new manager, including his role within the team.

It’s important to note that there are no tensions between Alexander-Arnold and Liverpool. Both parties have been transparent about their situations and are reportedly understanding of each other’s positions. Contract talks are expected to progress once Liverpool has appointed a new manager.

However, with Alexander-Arnold’s future at Liverpool not guaranteed, Real Madrid has intensified its interest in the situation. Regarded as a top talent who could be available for a reasonable fee if talks with Liverpool collapse, Alexander-Arnold’s situation has attracted attention from several elite clubs.

While Madrid would be keen to sign Alexander-Arnold if he becomes available, they are aware that Liverpool holds all the cards in the situation. Alexander-Arnold is content at Liverpool, and the club has no intention of parting ways with him. However, an extension agreement will only be reached once he is satisfied with the vision of the new manager.

Real Madrid’s interest in Alexander-Arnold follows longstanding reports of their desire to acquire Chelsea’s Reece James. However, sources suggest that a move for James has never been seen as feasible for several reasons.

Despite Madrid’s awareness of James as a high-level player, the Chelsea captain has never entertained the idea of leaving the club. Furthermore, Chelsea is unlikely to entertain any offers for James, even for a significant sum. Additionally, James’ recent injury struggles have raised concerns about his fitness and form, making Madrid hesitant to pursue a big-money deal for him at this time.

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