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From Italy – Liverpool able to agree a transfer fee of £38.7million Juventus star



Liverpool in particularwere able to agree a transfer fee of £38.7million to Liverpool are associated with quality players and once again the name of Federico Chiesa hi is in the spotlight.he Merseysiders were already linked with the Italy international in January and recent reports suggest they are still after him.News – Liverpool lead seal signing – Offer of £25.7m plus £4.3m could see deal finalizedclaim victory

According to a story reported by La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image below), Juventus could lose Chiesa and Vlahovic this summer, raking in over €100m from the double sale.

As for the 25-year-old playmaker, Italian media have reported that he has several admirers in Europe despite injury problems.

GdS claim Liverpool and Bayern are ‘first and foremost’ and could agree a fee of €40-45m (£38.7m) to complete the signing. The former Fiorentina winger is a versatile talent who can play on both wings and even as a striker if necessary.

Chiesa was a key member of the Azzurri squad that won the 2021 European Championship and was also named in the Team of the Tournament.

Since then, however, he has been very prone to injury. Last season, the Italian made just 14 Serie A appearances. On the other hand, the 40-year-old star has only started 5 league appearances for Juve this season. At Anfield, Klopp already has Diaz, Gakpo and Nunez capable of playing on the left, but the German manager doesn’t have a better player to replace Mohamed Salah on the right.

Chiesa has the quality to improve in attack, but we certainly don’t need a player who has spent the most time on the treatment table over the past two years. What do you think?


PSG superstar Lionel Messi left Alexis Mac Allister ‘shaking’ after the Reds target exchange

Alexis Mac Allister and Lionel Messi etched their names in Argentina’s history at last winter’s World Cup

What a year it has been for Alexis Mac Allister.

Just 12 months ago, the 24-year-old was an unknown relative. Frankly, he had helped Brighton finish ninth in the Premier League – their best finish ever – but few expected a global superstar from the Santa Rosa native.

Fast forward to the present day and few football fans are unfamiliar with the Argentine maestro. Mac Allister has emerged as one of the top flight’s most outstanding midfielders, helping the Seagulls improve last season and finish sixth, securing European football for the first time in the club’s history. A self-confessed introvert, Mac Allister’s form has dropped him straight onto Liverpool’s radar, with Jurgen Klopp set to finalize a £70m deal for the midfielder in the coming weeks.

But it was his exploits for Argentina that catapulted Mac Allister from fugitive to superstar.

Picked up after an opening day humiliation against Saudi Arabia, the midfield star started the remaining six games as Albiceleste lifted the World Cup for the first time in 36 years. Argentina hadn’t kept football’s biggest prize in the air since Diego Maradona and Mac Allister was at the heart of it all.

The pre-tournament talk was all about Lionel Messi and the trophy that eluded him during his 20-year career. After a defeat in the 2014 Grand Final, the superstar forward has gone back in time in the guise of a man on a mission to etch his name into history.

However, where Sergio Aguero and Javier Mascherano failed nine years ago, it was Mac Allister and associates who helped him over the finish line. A goal and assist in the World Cup may seem modest, but the Brighton man proved to be an unsung hero by rushing to the ground to make up for Messi’s declining ethics off the ball.

Securing glory brought Mac Allister to the world stage and added a few pounds to the price of him. Had Liverpool been careful with their transfer policy, they might have signed their man for a clip last summer as their rivals’ eyes were on Seagulls teammates Marc Cucurella or Yves Bissouma.

This victory also made Messi, now immortalized in the pantheon of football gods, his brother in arms. But this has not always been the case.

For the Argentines, the 35-year-old is a vaunted figure. Although he himself is a pro, Mac Allister has not changed him.

Ahead of the World Cup, the £70million-rated midfielder opened up about how he first met Messi after being called up for Argentina in November 2019. Mac Allister, just 20, admitted he was “shaking” before meeting the national icon.

“I was so nervous, my hands were shaking,” he told CNN. “I’m a very shy guy, so I was really nervous. But then you realize how humble he is. At that time I was playing for Boca Juniors, so we had traveled from Argentina to play. I think it was Spain for a friendly match.

“And we arrived and he was eating. I went to the table and waved with shaking hands. I was sweating. But it was a great moment. He is my idol. He’s the best footballer in the world.”

Mac Allister – of Gaelic descent – also shared how Messi defended him when his international teammates gave him a derogatory nickname. The midfielder added: “I don’t like it and he told his teammates. He (Messi) said, ‘He doesn’t like being called Colo, so don’t call him that!'”


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