New midfielders are on Jurgen Klopp and his recruitment team’s radar, but Liverpool will have competition from Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister.
Alexis MacAllister of Brighton is wanted by a number of elite teams, including Liverpool.
The Brighton playmaker Alexis Mac Allister and two other well-known players can be signed by Liverpool this summer, which will help manager Jurgen Klopp assemble his ideal starting lineup for the upcoming campaign. However, Liverpool may not have everything their own way when it comes to pursuing Mac Allister.
Liverpool will instead try to spread the budget after abandoning plans to pursue Borussia Dortmund sensation Jude Bellingham when the market reopens due to the associated financial costs. With that, Mac Allister has emerged, even though reports claim he could cost the Reds £70 million.
The playmaker from Argentina has seen his value soar this season thanks to impressive performances for Brighton.
Then came the legendary World Cup victory, which has elevated him even higher on the international stage.
As a result, it is not expected that Liverpool will have first dibs on getting his desired signature.
Mac Allister, 24, is already a top target for Klopp and his recruitment team, according to the ECHO, which has learned that Manchester City and Manchester United are also interested in signing him.
Liverpool will think it was worth the wait (or the money) if their man signs, but his potential arrival won’t mean the end of their summer business. In light of his struggles with Bayern Munich, Ryan Gravenberch and other midfielders are on the radar, and defensive reinforcements are not out of the question.
Of course, there are a lot of crucial details to work out before anything concrete happens. However, in the ideal scenario that Mac Allister, Ajax defender Jurrien Timber, and Mason Mount play at Anfield before next season, Klopp can really start to put together another mouthwatering starting XI to compete at the Premier League summit.