FC Barcelona has been connected with a move in recent weeks to add certain players in an effort to assemble a roster that is capable of winning the league championship this summer.
Despite this, Barcelona is said to be interested in acquiring Liverpool's right-back player, therefore the club is looking to add a new right-back defender to their roster.
FC Barcelona are reportedly prepared to pay as much as €80 million for the services of Trent Alexander-Arnold, according to a source.
It is still unknown if Barcelona will be successful in signing Trent before the conclusion of the summer transfer season.
In the event that Barcelona was successful in acquiring Trent Alexander-Arnold, he would serve as a suitable long-term replacement for Dani Alves, who has moved on from the Nou Camp.
In addition, Trent Alexander-Arnold, who is just 23 years old, will give competition for Sergino Dest, who has not lived up to the expectations that were placed on him.
Do you believe Trent is required at Nou Camp? What are your thoughts on this matter?
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