Liverpool: £70m target now ‘excited’ about move to Anfield

According to journalist Dean Jones for GIVEMESPORT, Alexis Mac Allister, who is being pursued by Liverpool, will be “very excited” about a potential transfer to the former Premier League champions.

One of Brighton’s most promising players has been linked with a transfer to Liverpool ever since the club intensified its interest in him as a result of his outstanding play in the final third this season.

Alexis Mac Allister is a transfer involving Liverpool.
Roberto De Zerbi, the manager of Brighton, recently acknowledged that Mac Allister had played his final match wearing a Seagulls uniform. Many Premier League clubs, chief among them Liverpool, have expressed interest in signing the 24-year-old.

The Reds are confident in reaching a deal to sign the World Cup winner, according to 90min.

According to a report from Sky Sports, Brighton has set a price of £70 million for their midfield magician despite interest from English powerhouses like Liverpool.

Although Manchester City are the reigning English champions, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has claimed that they are not in the running to sign the talented Argentinian despite the initial reports to the contrary.

Fortunately for Jurgen Klopp and company, CBS reporter Ben Jacobs recently informed GIVEMESPORT that Mac Allister does not want to be involved in an ongoing transfer saga and therefore wants to close the deal as soon as possible.

Jones asserted that now that Mac Allister has participated in his final match for Brighton, he will be upbeat about the future, regardless of whether a transfer to Merseyside is involved.

He said exclusively to GIVEMESPORT: “I think the tears definitely came from the emotion, and anyone who has such a big impact in such a big year at a football club and for their country – it’s unbelievable what he’s been through, so all of that poured out I think at full-time in that game.

“After the tears stop, I believe he’ll be very enthusiastic about what the future has in store for him. ”.

In what has been a dull Liverpool midfield in the 2022–23 season, a player of Mac Allister’s stature will inject some much-needed creativity.

The 16-cap Argentina international is a force in the final third, scoring 12 goals and dishing out three more assists across all competitions.

Despite scoring only once, the South American elevated his performance during his country’s World Cup winning campaign and was a crucial member of Lionel Scaloni’s team. His assist in the championship game was also pivotal.

Only Solly March, according to WhoScored, has outperformed the Argentine’s 7.05 season-long average match rating, demonstrating how important the player’s contribution was in the unexpected European qualification of the south coast side.

Since their transfer market is expected to be the busiest in recent memory and a number of acquisitions are urgently required to strengthen their squad, Liverpool will attempt to reach an agreement with Brighton as quickly as physically possible.

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