Although Liverpool is currently attempting to sign Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton, according to Fabrizio Romano, Mason Mount of Chelsea remains their top priority this summer.
After a disappointing season, the Reds are anticipated to be very active in this summer’s transfer market. The goal for Jurgen Klopp’s team will be to bounce back immediately after missing the top four, even though they are expected to finish outside of them.
The midfield will be Liverpool’s top priority this summer, and according to Romano on GiveMeSport, Mount is the main target.
The “top priority” for Liverpool, according to Fabrizio Romano, is Mason Mount.
Mason Mount, who is coveted by Liverpool, has been heavily linked to moves away from Chelsea this summer.
The ‘unbelievable’ player from England will enter the final year of his contract in July, and if the Blues are unable to secure a new deal for him, they will be forced to sell him in order to keep him from becoming a free agent the following season.
Chelsea are allegedly in a precarious situation right now, according to Romano, who also claimed that Liverpool and Arsenal have been linked with a move for Mount.
The Blues midfielder is clearly Liverpool’s top priority this summer, he then revealed, according to reports.
“Chelsea is managing a difficult situation,” he said.
“We are aware that the player is valued by both Liverpool and Arsenal.
As a result, the player is the subject of considerable interest.
“Liverpool’s top priority, but once more, it not only Liverpool.”
Liverpool’s intentions are now clear after falling short of acquiring Jude Bellingham; if not three new midfielders, they will be added this summer.
Mount is one of them, as Romano stated earlier, and Alexis Mac Allister, a star for Brighton and Argentina, appears to be the other.
The World Cup champion has been strongly linked with a move to Liverpool, and Romano claimed that talks are at an “advanced” stage. The player has already said “yes” to a summer transfer to Anfield, he also disclosed.
It will be intriguing to see if Liverpool can sign Mac Allister to a contract very early in June.