Trent Alexander-Arnold could be fit to face Bayern Munich in Liverpool’s last 16 second leg against the German champions on Wednesday, according to The Times’ Paul Joyce.
Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to the Allianz Arena with all to play for following a goalless first leg at Anfield, and the Liverpool boss has been given a boost ahead of the clash as the full back looks to be in contention to play in Munich.
Alexander-Arnold’s fitness has been monitored following Liverpool’s 4-2 victory over Burnley on Saturday, during which the 20-year-old was substituted as a precaution after indicating to the bench he was in discomfort.
However the full back looks set to travel to Munich with the squad and could feature for Klopp’s side after taking part in training on Tuesday.
Alexander-Arnold has created six assists in the league this season, and will be hoping to register his first in the Champions League against Bayern on Wednesday.