‘Fuming’: £47,500 per week Liverpool player enraged on the sidelines after what officials did in the first half against West Ham

Curtis Jones was far from happy with his treatment from the match official during Liverpool’s clash with West Ham on Sunday.

Concerns were raised when the Scouser was treated after an altercation with Tomas Soucek in the middle of the park, although fortunately he was deemed fit enough to continue.

However, the £47,000-a-week (according to Salary Sport) Englishman was left on the sidelines in some frustration, as reported online by Ian Doyle and Theo Squires, with the referees appearing to have forgotten about him completely.

The Mersey siders have everything to play for at the time of writing, with Jarrod Bowen’s audacious header equalizing with West Ham before half-time.

Our number 17 has made a notable return to the spotlight following a fantastic conclusion to the 2022/2023 season.

Jones almost became a hero in the closing stages of the first half against David Moyes’ men, his slightly poorly timed run leading to a magnificent late goal ruled out for offside before the final whistle.

Liverpool’s £57 million star will turn off European bids in favor of a new contract.

Trent Alexander-Arnold’s contract at Liverpool is allegedly set to be extended.

According to a recent Football Insider story, despite his contract expiring in less than two years, the England international has no ambitions to leave Anfield.

Alexander-Arnold, 24, was recently appointed to vice-captain following the departures of James Milner and Jordan Henderson earlier this summer and is now considered an important component of Jurgen Klopp’s plans.

And, despite being desired by ‘major clubs across Europe,’ the 24-year-old is reported to be only interested in a new contract with the club where he has spent his whole career.

These newest reports will be welcomed by Klopp and the club’s supporters. Not only is Alexander-Arnold one of Liverpool’s most valuable players at £57 million (Transfermarkt), but after demonstrating his abilities in both midfield and right-back, the number 66 is undeniably one of the most distinctive players this country has to offer.

Alexander-Arnold, who has represented England on 20 occasions, has directly contributed to 89 goals in 277 appearances in all competitions since making his senior club debut.

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