Bradley, 20, was a Reds fan growing up, but insists Liverpool would’ve reeled him in regardless after blowing him and his family away during the courting process. It wasn’t just because he supports them, but also because they’re a real family club, something they all appreciate. The quality and maturity of his performances have led to calls for him to replace Trent Alexander-Arnold as Liverpool’s first-choice right-back.
However, the question remains: Should Conor Bradley replace Trent Alexander-Arnold in Liverpool’s defence? In addition to this, the community members are treated to competitions, special offers, promotions, and adverts from the club and its partners. If one is not interested in the community, they have the option to leave by clicking on their name at the top of the screen and choosing “Exit group”.