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BREAKING NEWS: Liverpool and FSG makes Alexis Mac Allister ‘offer’ as deal agreed with ‘outstanding’ player



Liverpool’s ties to Alexis Mac Allister are gaining momentum as another reporter indicates the club is moving towards a summer move for the midfielder.

Mac Allister has been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks, and it is becoming increasingly likely that the World Cup winner will leave Brighton this summer.

The Times’ Paul Joyce was among reporters who reported earlier this week that the club has stepped up its hunt for Mac Allister.

It now appears that Liverpool have stepped up their efforts to further strengthen their midfield this summer, if the latest reports are to be believed.

?#Liverpool have signed Alexis Mac Allister. ?? Details Ultiman back by June 2028.

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— Germán García Grova (@GerGarciaGrova) May 4, 2023

A reliable source for Argentine players, journalist German Garcia Grova, has said the Reds are at the “advanced” stage of talks to sign the 24-year-old and claimed the potential deal will keep him at the club until ‘in 2028.

Grova tweeted on Friday night that Mac Allister had “informed” Brighton he wanted to move this summer. The reports come after the player’s father and agent revealed last month that the Argentine would be ‘most likely’ to leave Brighton in the next transfer window.

Mac Allister has already won the hearts of Liverpool fans after converting a 99th-minute penalty against Man United to give his Brighton side all three points earlier this week.

The result not only inflicted pain on a bitter rival, but also kept Liverpool’s dim hopes of Champions League football alive by fending off the current fourth-place holders.

Although no deal has yet been agreed, it looks increasingly likely that Mac Allister could be part of a summer makeover for the Reds midfielder.

Fans are hoping at least three players will be added ahead of next season after the club’s lawsuit against Jude Bellingham was reportedly dropped in April.


Liverpool FC News:Neymar and Lionel Messi could join Liverpool rivals and it may hand Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool a boost

Liverpool are busy in the summer transfer market. While the Reds have a lot of money to spend, signing Neymar or Lionel Messi won’t be the plan.

Whatever Liverpool do this summer, there will be more glamorous moves elsewhere. There will be plenty of movement in the rest of the Premier League – perhaps with star names.

Newcastle United have so far largely made smart, low-key signings under their new owners, but 90Min report that their Saudi investors want a ‘branded’ transfer this time around and are therefore showing interest in taking on 31-year-old Neymar. by PSG. Meanwhile, Chelsea are reportedly among clubs interested in signing Argentina striker Lionel Messi, 35, when his contract with PSG expires this summer, according to FootballLondon, although if Barcelona find the money , they are the favorites.

Messi, it seems, is safe to leave as suspicions grow that Neymar will leave as well. The Brazilian liked an Instagram post that suggested PSG were a ‘small club’ this week and fans of the French club gathered outside his home to chant that he was quitting the Ligue 1 leaders.

“Will we see Neymar next season? Believe me, I’m very focused on the last five games to come and we’ll see what happens,” PSG head coach Christophe Galtier said today. It wasn’t very convincing.

While a move to the Premier League will attract plenty of attention if it happens, Liverpool won’t be in contention for any of the big names – for a variety of obvious reasons.

Instead, while Liverpool will spend big, it will focus its energy on up-and-coming talents with plenty to prove, who will fit seamlessly into Jürgen Klopp’s style of play.

Liverpool has made transfer mistakes before, of course, and in the short term, perhaps an expensive move for Messi or Neymar might pay off for one of its domestic rivals.

But in the longer term, Liverpool would be in the driving seat for sustainable success by sticking to its approach and finding gems that cost less and are far more suitable.


Todd Boehly’s muddled approach – already pulled by Cristiano Ronaldo before Thomas Tuchel made it clear that signing the aging Portuguese star was a bad idea – has already cost a lot, but it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him pitch to Messi.

Neymar, meanwhile, has been linked with a move to Manchester United and part of a potential buyout by Qatar (via the Daily Express), which would be another move Liverpool aren’t worried about.

If their European football rivals make such expensive transfer deals, Liverpool should welcome them – as long as their own deal is right this summer, the big names won’t make that much of a difference in the end.

If Newcastle were to switch to Neymar, for example, it would seem to signal a shift in their hitherto stable and healthy approach.

Although he has money to burn, such a move would be a risk. As with Messi and Chelsea, it could pay off, but even that would only be short-lived. Overall, Liverpool’s long-term vision would only be strengthened.


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