s often claimed Trent Alexander Arnold is more creative than Wan-Bissaka in the final third, but is that true?
Trent Alexander-Arnold versus Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be one of those footballing debates that lasts for years and years.
TAA properly broke through at Liverpool in 2017 and has enjoyed a rapid rise to stardom since then thanks to the quality of his passing, crosses and superb assists record.
Meanwhile, Wan-Bissaka made a name for himself as an outstanding one-v-one tackler at Crystal Palace, before sealing a move to Manchester United for an initial £45 million last summer.
Aged 22 and 21 respectively, Aaron and Trent are both already battling with the likes of Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier to be England’s first-choice right-back.
The general consensus amongst football enthusiasts is that Wan-Bissaka possesses better defensive capabilities and Alexander-Arnold is superior going forward.
However, one statistic about chance creation does suggest that United’s full-back is closing the gap to Liverpool’s academy graduate from an attacking standpoint. Continue reading…