Jurgen Klopp has defended Trent Alexander-Arnold after England snub.
The Reds defender didn’t make it to the bench in England’s draw against Germany on Monday night.
Jurgen Klopp believes the right-back would get into any team in the world as his attacking output is beyond ‘extreme.’
Klopp said: “There are stories out there all the time that talk about him and say he’s not a good defender, but that’s not true.
“He is a good defender, he doesn’t always defend good, that is true as well, but that is what we’re working on, he is a young player, he is 23.
“There is space for improvement, definitely, but we only discuss it on the level we discuss it because his offensive impact is so extreme for us, it could be for each team in the world.
“I would obviously decide differently but I am not in charge of this team. The rest now is that it is Gareth’s job to find a team, and England is obviously blessed with a lot of really talented players in a similar position and it’s difficult to line them all up together.”