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What Do Trent Alexander-Arnold’s Brothers Tyler and Marcell Do For A Living?

What Do Trent Alexander-Arnold’s Brothers Tyler and Marcell Do For A Living?

Their journey began with footballs conjured up from tin foil or rolled-up socks. Having their own kickabout in the backyard of a three-bedroom house after watching the Liverpool team practice in the Melwood training facility was their source of inspiration. The three boys of Micheal Arnold wanted to be just like their dad, a Liverpool player. Fast-forward to 2024 and only one of them made it in as a pro footballer. His name? Trent Alexander-Arnold.

After slotting the match-winning penalty against Switzerland to send England to the semis, Trent joined his doppelgangers in the stands of Dusseldorf Arena. But a closer inspection makes it clear that those were not his body doubles, those were his brothers.

So who are Trent Alexander-Arnold’s brothers? Let’s have an introduction.

TAA has two brothers, one 3 years older than him, named Tyler and the other one, Marcell, 3 years younger than him. But apart from being Trent’s older brother, Tyler has another identity. He is the right-back’s agent.

Tyler manages the PLG agency. To be specific, he’s the director of the organisation. Apart from his brother, the agency represents Andrew Robertson, West Ham‘s Jarrod Bowen, Brentford‘s Aaron Hickey and more.

Marcell, on the other hand, is a global marketing coordinator for Hugo Boss as per his LinkedIn profile. He is a common face around the F1 circuits, often spotted around the team garages. Both brothers keep their lives private, so we’re not sure about their dating history and other nitty bits.

Trent’s brothers are not only his companions in the stands, but also were pioneers of his life as it is now. According to Trent himself, his brothers sacrificed their dreams for him after it became apparent that he was the one with the best chance of making it as a pro.

‘Every step I took, we took. Every cap I got, we got. Every experience I had, we had,’ Trent Alexander-Arnold wrote in his Players Tribune column. And just like Trent said, his brothers were always in the thick of things in his life.

In 2023, Tyler openly expressed his disapproval of Jurgen Klopp’s selection in the transfer market. Tyler went on to like an X (formerly known as Twitter) post, criticising the German manager. The post read, ‘Spending £16m on Endo and handing him a four-year deal is exactly why we need a sporting director in. It made no sense and still makes no sense. I love Klopp but his talent ID can stink at times.’

Tyler was also a victim of an armed robbery in Brighton in 2019. He was accompanied by Marcus Rashford’s brother, Dane and was robbed of his £70,000 Rang Rover. Police later apprehended the culprits with three men sent behind bars.

Amid all the horrors, it’s been a long road to success for Trent. After missing out on the Euro in 2020 due to injury, this time TAA has made it to the semis of the competition. But when in need of inspiration, he can always look into the stands and see his brothers encouraging him, just like they did for the past 10 years. After all, what’s better than one Alexander-Arnold? Three, of course.