Liverpool is progressing, according to Fabrizio Romano, who claims the club has just made a verbal contract offer to the 24-year-old

Alexis MacAllister may have received a financial offer from Liverpool, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The most recent information on Liverpool’s transfer dealings was provided by Romano last night on his YouTube channel, and it was good news.

The football writer claimed that Jurgen Klopp’s group is currently making a strong push to finalize a deal for the Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder.

Now that MacAllister is employed by Liverpool, he is aware of his exact salary at Anfield as well as some of Jurgen Klopp’s expectations.

“What Liverpool did in the past few days is that Liverpool are moving forward on the player’s side,” said Romano.

“They have presented to the player the financial proposal, the project, what they plan to do in the future, and what Jurgen Klopp wants to do.

“MacAllister is now in charge. Although Liverpool is making progress, the outcome is not yet decided. Without a doubt, Liverpool is in the lead. ”.

It goes without saying that not being able to sign Jude Bellingham was a letdown, but MacAllister’s arrival might lessen the blow a little.

By scoring the game-winning goal against Manchester United in extra time last week, the Brighton midfielder increased his profile even further. However, anyone who has watched him this year has seen his talent.

As one of the Premier League’s top midfielders and a crucial player in Argentina’s World Cup victory over the winter, MacAllister has been a standout.

It is obvious that MacAllister is a good fit for Liverpool given his endurance and running statistics, but it would be inaccurate to categorize him solely as a runner.

He has great technical ability and is a very tenacious fighter.

Due to his all-around talent, the 24-year-old appears to be the perfect addition to this Liverpool team.

Even if the Reds must pay £70 million for his services, which seems likely at this point, this deal should be celebrated if it goes through.


Speaking out about Jurgen Klopp’s treatment, Arthur Melo affirms Liverpool’s future

After struggling to make an impact while on loan at Anfield due to injury, Arthur Melo has announced he will leave Liverpool at the end of the current campaign.

After joining the Reds on loan from Juventus on the transfer deadline day of last summer, the Brazilian international has only played 13 minutes in total, and those 13 minutes came in the team’s Champions League loss to Napoli (4-1) in September.

The midfielder would miss six months of play due to a thigh injury sustained the following month that required surgery. The 26-year-old hasn’t been included in the Liverpool matchday squad for the Reds’ last seven matches, despite coming off the bench against Bournemouth, Man City, and Chelsea after returning.

Arthur’s loan agreement did include a permanent signing option for the Reds, but they understandably chose not to exercise it in light of their summer midfield rejig.

The Brazilian confirmed to Goal that he is planning to leave Liverpool, but he still hopes to make his Premier League debut before he leaves.

“Next season, I’ll have better vision. In my career, it will be pivotal, and I’m working extremely well right now,” he said. “I’m excited to present this updated version of Arthur.

“Hopefully I have the chance to play something in Liverpool to say goodbye to my teammates, the technical committee, and the fans, who have been very supportive of me. “.

Arthur has nothing but positive things to say about Jurgen Klopp despite the fact that he has hardly played under the German coach at Anfield in response to his lack of playing time.

“[Jurgen] Klopp has treated me incredibly well since I’ve been here. Working with Jurgen is a privilege for me,” he declared. “He is one of the best coaches in the world, he has always spoken highly of me, he is an incredible person, and the treatment has always been really good, elegant, and special.

It always helps you grow as a player to be able to train with someone of his caliber, and you learn a lot from him, so I’m sure it will be helpful in the future.

“Now that I’ve recovered, it goes without saying that I’d like to be able to play more, but I can see how the situation right now is different from how it was when I first arrived because the team then had some needs, and now it has others.

“However, when I speak with them and they assure me that no one has any issues with me, on the contrary, I feel at ease. Additionally, Liverpool as a whole has treated me wonderfully, and I have nothing but praise and a very special affection for them. “.

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