Liverpool are in interest for Alexis Mac Allister continues to dominate the rumor mill. With reports suggesting that the Argentine midfielder is nearing a move to Anfield. The talented South American player, who currently represents Brighton. Bid farewell to the home crowd during his last match for the club yesterday.
Following his team’s match against reigning champions Manchester City, the 24-year-old Alexis Mac Allister made a gesture of farewell to the fans. Sparking further speculation about his potential move to Liverpool. According to TyC Sports, the Argentine midfielder may have reached an agreement with the Reds. The report suggests that Liverpool is willing to pay a substantial fee of €80 million (£69.4 million) to secure the services of the talented central midfielder in the upcoming summer transfer window. During the match, Mac Allister entered the field in the 52nd minute and received a standing ovation from the supporters. Notably, the World Champion has made significant contributions to his team’s goals. Directly contributing to 12 goals throughout the current Premier League campaign.
Brighton’s recent draw against Manchester City secured them a valuable point and, more significantly. Ensured their qualification for the Europa League for the first time in their history.
Joining a prestigious club like Liverpool would undoubtedly be a significant career move for Alexis Mac Allister. However, it is improbable that Liverpool will be able to offer him Champions League football in the upcoming season.
Liverpool and Klopp seeking options
Jurgen Klopp recognizes the need for high-quality and versatile midfielders to revitalize the team and aims to make early signings to ensure thorough squad preparation for the next campaign.
Reports from British media outlets suggest that Liverpool is actively pursuing a deal to secure the services of 24-year-old Mason Mount, whose current contract with Chelsea is set to expire in just over a year.
According to an exclusive story by Football Insider, Liverpool is currently leading the race to sign the highly regarded midfielder. The article reveals that Chelsea values Mount, their prized asset, at approximately £80 million, but they may be willing to offer a discount of £10 million, allowing him to leave for £70 million.
However, it should be noted that the valuation of £70 million to £80 million seems quite high considering that Mount could potentially be available on a free transfer in 2024.
Mount primarily operates as a playmaker, showcasing his abilities in the No. 10 position, although he has also demonstrated effectiveness in central midfield.
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