What Alexis Mac Allister heard Brighton fans yelling at him after Liverpool rumors

Alexis Mac Allister, a midfielder for Brighton and Hove Albion, has an uncertain future as Liverpool pursues a summer transfer for the Argentine.

As Brighton & Hove Albion secured a spot in the Europa League for the upcoming season, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola hugged Alexis Mac Allister, who Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing.

Due to rumors that the midfielder is about to agree to terms with the Reds at Anfield, the Spaniard’s team has been linked with a move for the Argentina international. The ECHO has learned that Jurgen Klopp and the Merseyside hiring managers have identified the Seagulls player as one of their top targets this summer.

A number of Roberto De Zerbi’s top targets have been linked with moves away from the South Coast, raising speculation over the AMEX Stadium as the Italian manager faces a pivotal summer. They have already signed Joao Pedro for the upcoming campaign, and according to reports, they will soon introduce Mahmoud Dahoud and James Milner, the departing midfielder for Liverpool.

On Wednesday night, Julio Enciso’s miraculous goal offset Phil Foden’s opening goal as Brighton and the newly crowned Premier League champions split the victory.

Following Graham Potter’s departure at the beginning of the season, the Seagulls’ head coach, an Italian, successfully guided them through some challenging situations in their final home game of the season. It was a historic campaign for the club. Although it has not yet been confirmed whether Mac Allister will stay at the club, many people assumed that his address to the crowd had the undertones of a farewell.

As they sang “We want you to stay, Alexis Mac Allister, we want you to stay” over and over again, Brighton supporters apparently let the World Cup winner know how they felt.

He responded by grinning and laughing as the chants resounded throughout the stadium.

De Zerbi addressed the persistent rumors prior to the arrival of Guardiola’s team. “They could switch [clubs] if they wanted to,” according to De Zerbi, who claimed that they deserved to play at a higher level. “I’m not sure what Tony [Bloom, the owner of Brighton] can decide.

“Now that our level is higher, we can offer them the opportunity to play in Europe,” he continued. “We still have one more option to give them.

“When I work, I consider myself, my club, and the players, all at the same time. We can’t make decisions for the players; they only have one life and one career.”

Igbo Kennedy

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