Trent Alexander-Arnold is getting signature Adidas Predator boots

Trent Alexander-Arnold is getting signature Adidas Predator boots next month. Here are all the details you need.

Footy Headlines have revealed that Trent Alexander-Arnold will be getting his very own signature Adidas Predator boots. The Liverpool right-back signed with Adidas last November as one of the faces of their Predator range.

He's since been wearing them in matches and recently debuted what FH assumed was a 'custom colourway' just for him. It now turns out that this colourway will be released to the public, however.

The new Adidas Predator 24 'TAA' boots are white and red and bring back the iconic foldover tongue, though only in the version with laces. They're to be released next month in what's described as a 'limited quantity'.

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There's no mention of what that quantity is or how easy it will be to secure the boots. If you do manage to get a pair, though, they'll set you back around £275 for the laceless version and closer to £200 for the classic laces.

Alexander-Arnold last wore the boots against Sheffield United - he's since been wearing different-coloured Predators in matches. Last time out it was the classic black/white/red variant.

But you can expect the white ones to pop up again soon, though, with the release of his own signature.

It's yet another sign that Alexander-Arnold is growing his reputation even further. Adidas are now happy to put their weight behind him with their most iconic boot and you can expect more reveals over the next few years.

That reputation may cause a few problems for Liverpool, though. Alexander-Arnold is out of contract in 2025 and will almost certainly be negotiating a new one over the coming months.

That isn't going to come cheap. He's not only one of the world's best players but rapidly becoming one of the most marketable. Truly, there isn't a club in the world who wouldn't want to have him.

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