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Liverpool have given Argentinian star Alexis Mac Allister transfer boost after a tip in the Brighton dressing room



Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister is one of many stars linked to Liverpool, with the Reds set to miss old goal Jude Bellingham

Alexis Mac Allister’s Brighton teammates are reportedly expecting him to join Liverpool at the end of the season.

The Argentine midfielder enjoyed a breakaway season for club and country, winning the World Cup in December and recording a career-best tally of 10 goals in all competitions. His form has seen him in high demand, with interest from the Premier League and beyond, and the father of 24-year-old Carlos is due to depart this summer.

Liverpool are looking for reinforcements in midfield, with Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain leaving before the summer. With the Reds ruling out a move for Jude Bellingham, Mac Allister is a leading candidate for a move to Anfield, while Jürgen Klopp prepares to revamp his squad.

According to The Mail, there have been “open” talks over Mac Allister’s future in the Brighton dressing room. The players in Roberto De Zerbi’s side are believed to have discussed among themselves the possibility of the Argentine sealing a move to Anfield, in a deal unlikely to be affected by the veteran’s upcoming move of Liverpool’s James Milner at the Amex Stadium.

“Usually the next [transfer window] he plays at another institution, we don’t know which one,” Carlos Mac Allister told Puro Boca in April. “The talks are usually just getting started, but it’s very likely that Alexis will be on another team as early as next July.”

Mac Allister is not the only member of the Brighton squad to be linked with a summer move. Fellow midfielder Moises Caicedo has agreed a new deal on the south coast after closing in on a move to Arsenal in January but could end up at a new club before the start of next season.

“I’ve never understood why we keep talking about things that we theoretically can’t have,” Liverpool boss Klopp said in April, insisting he wasn’t talking specifically about Bellingham. “We can’t have six players for £100m each in the summer, for example. It’s clear.

“You have to figure out what you can do and then you have to get to work. How much money do we have? Then we work on it. This is the work you have to do.”

“We are not children. You ask a five-year-old what he wants for Christmas and he says, “I want a Ferrari.” You wouldn’t say, “That’s a good idea.” You’d say, ‘No, it’s too expensive and you can’t drive it’ and that’s it. If this guy is unhappy all his life because he can’t have a Ferrari, it would be a very sad life.”

Mac Allister has signed a new contract with Brighton ahead of the World Cup, keeping him on the club’s books until 2025. His impressive form for club and country means the continued interest is no surprise, but the extension of the contract should allow the Seagulls to earn a sizable fee.


How Laliga giant Real Madrid beat , Manchester City, Liverpool and others to Jude Bellingham tansfer

Jude Bellingham has been invited to Zinedine Zidane’s Champions League final box.  A fee for Dortmund’s England teenager is estimated at around £115million

Real Madrid complete a sensational deal for the 19-year-old midfielder

The battle for Jude Bellingham’s services has seen the majority of Europe’s elite embroiled in a race that has propelled the 19-year-old into one of the hottest players in the game that Real Madrid will now emerge victorious from.

Bellingham has made his mark after another sensational season at Borussia Dortmund and has emerged as one of his country’s most important players, shining on the world stage in Qatar.

But now he is in advanced talks with Real Madrid as his current side look to end Bayern Munich’s dominance of the Bundesliga title this season.

Interest from England and the Premier League was high, with Manchester City likely to be able to match any offer after Liverpool dropped out for financial reasons.

Although talks between the player and the club are well advanced, an agreement between Dortmund and Los Blancos on a transfer fee is still pending. Real Madrid appear to have won the race to sign Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham. The 19-year-old has become one of the most sought-after players in European football. Bellingham became one of England’s key players in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

The fee needed to bring Bellingham to LaLiga is estimated to be around £115 million, despite the teenager only having two years on his current contract.

Real chefs are continuing discussions with their counterparts in Dortmund about the final amount and bonuses, but believe they are within reach of the final terms.

While Dortmund will of course receive a huge financial boost with each deal, they are not the only ones to benefit, as youth club Birmingham City will earn a 15 per cent cut on each deal.

And then comes the player’s hefty wages, said to be around £400,000 a week despite his relative inexperience and youth, that’s how highly he is valued.

However, Real Madrid have been working on a deal for quite some time and these talks come after a lengthy courtship. Madrid general manager Jose Angel Sanchez and head scout Juni Calafat identified Bellingham as the club’s main target at the start of the season and his performances at the World Cup have only strengthened their resolve to sign him .

A meeting between the Bellinghams and Real’s influential head scout took place at Chelsea Port in early March and is believed to have helped sway the decision in favor of the Spanish giants.

The encounter reportedly coincided with Dortmund’s trip to London to face Chelsea in the Champions League – a draw which ultimately saw the German side knocked out of the tournament.

The 19-year-old former club Birmingham are set to receive a 15 per cent transfer fee reduction. June Calafat (left) met Bellinghams at Chelsea Port in early March to discuss a move. Madrid’s chief executive Jose Angel Sanchez and Calafat have identified the youngster as the club’s top target Mark Bellingham (right) is the midfielder’s father and agent and has passed his FIFA agent exam


Laurie Cunningham (1979-84)

Real signed the winger from West Bromwich for £950,000 and he netted the league and cup double in his debut season.

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Won two league titles and two Champions League titles in four years at Madrid after signing from Liverpool. David Beckham (2003-2007)

Signed for £25m from Manchester United and won the La Liga title in his final season with the club.

Michael Owen (2004-05)

Signed from Liverpool for £8m, he was often overlooked by Ronaldo and Robinho and moved to Newcastle a year later.

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Newcastle’s £13m signing arrived injured, then scored an own goal and was sent off on his debut. Voted by fans as Real Madrid’s worst signing of the 21st century.

Club legend and two-time Champions League-winning manager Zinedine Zidane invited the youngster into his box for last year’s European competition final in Paris to give him an idea of ​​the success he could enjoy in the Spanish capital alongside one of his childhood idols. The metaphor certainly couldn’t have been better realized had Real tried, as Bellingham had the perfect glimpse of what to expect in the iconic white shirt as Real beat transfer rivals Liverpool to lift the trophy.

The player’s family played a crucial role in his move to Dortmund three years ago and played an important role in talks with other clubs.

His father and agent Mark passed his FIFA agent exam last week, allowing him to take on the role for the foreseeable future.

Several meetings have taken place on the road between the 19-year-old midfielder and Real Madrid, although he has also held several talks with other clubs interested in securing the player’s services.

They are believed to have sent a representative to Dortmund for a meeting with Bellingham in March with a view to selling the club to them, with talks leading to another delegation traveling to Germany last week. A movement for Bellingham has long been considered a priority, with other extensions and agreements that are believed to have taken a rear place while negotiations take place with the English star.

The veteran midfielder Luka Modric is out of contract this summer, with conversations with the five -time winner of the Champions League winner until those with the potential substitute for him have been completed.

Likewise, the club’s summer company has been canceled while the negotiations continue.

Real Madrid sources suggest Bellingham would be paid Modric’s £18m gross basic salary in his first season – and possibly the Croatian’s number 10 shirt. Whether or not the player accepts is another matter, given his attachment to the number 22 he wore in Birmingham and which he now wears in Germany.

No England player has donned the iconic white shirt at Real Madrid since 2007, but Bellingham would join impressive ranks alongside David Beckham and Ballon d’Or winner Michael Owen.

At the Bernabeu, Bellingham would join one of the strongest midfielders in the world, with the likes of Modric, Toni Kroos and Federico Valverde center in the park for the reigning European champions.

But he would also join what would become a formidable young trio alongside Aurelien Tchouameni and Eduardo Camavinga, sure to dominate Europe for years to come. 


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