Trent Alexander-Arnold is currently recovering from a thigh injury that saw him ruled of the Euro 2020 but has stunned fans on social media by showing off a new hairstyle.

The right-back pulled up during the latter stages of England's 1-0 win over Austria in one of two warm-up games played by Gareth Southgate’s side earlier this month.

Scans confirmed that Alexander-Arnold had suffered a tear in his quadriceps which would rule him out of the tournament and he returned to Liverpool for treatment.

England kicked-off their Euro 2020 campaign with a 1-0 win over Croatia on Sunday thanks to Raheem Sterling’s second half goal.

Alexander-Arnold took to Twitter on Sunday to wish team-mates well and it now appears that he has been using his free time to get himself a new look.

In a video shared on the Heirdesigns Instagram page, the Reds star has been pictured and videoed sporting a new hairstyle.

Trent Alexander-Arnold's new hairstyle
Trent Alexander-Arnold's new hairstyle

The style is very similar to the ones of Leeds United and Three Lions star Kalvin Phillips, and fellow Chelsea and England right-back Reece James.

Speaking in the aftermath of Alexander-Arnold's injury, Southgate believes the defender should be back fit for the start of Liverpool’s pre-season training.

He said: “It’s very difficult to say anything that will make a player feel any better at the moment. I have empathy because I have been a player and I know how difficult it is.

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“It’s heartbreaking when you see a young player walk off the field and he knows it is serious. It was a really devastating blow for him and for us.

“We started him the other night and hoped he could build into the tournament. He was hugely disappointed and you know however much you say – he will have opportunities again – when you are a young player on the eve of a tournament it is awful.

“We weren’t entirely sure how long he would be out for, but it looks like he will be fine for the beginning of next season, so that is a small consolation.”