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Reports: Alexis Mac Allister to Liverpool – transfer fee, contract length and wages



Reports: Alexis Mac Allister to Liverpool – transfer fee, contract length and wages reported

Reliable media in his native Argentina have reported details of Alexis Mac Allister’s contract with Liverpool including fees, salary and contract length.

The World Cup-winning midfielder has sparked a lot of speculation ahead of the next transfer window as Jurgen Klopp plans an overhaul of his midfield options.

Mac Allister’s current contract with the Seagulls runs until the summer of 2025, but it is increasingly likely that he will play his football outside of the AMEX next season.

According to information from Argentine newspaper ‘La Nacion’, the 24-year-old will receive around £60m and a weekly salary of £100,000 on a five-year contract.

The deal would also include an option for a one-year extension, making Mac Allister the fourth most expensive Argentine transfer ever. This comes just days after TyC Sports reported that a deal to bring the World Cup winner to Anfield was “already done”.

Mac Allister’s agent and father said last month the midfielder would “most likely” leave Brighton this summer, with Liverpool’s interest becoming increasingly apparent in subsequent reports.

Chelsea are also rumored to be among the clubs interested in a transfer of the midfielder, with the Reds likely to beat some of their Premier League rivals in the signing of him.

Liverpool appear confident of signing several high-profile midfielders for the club this summer after the departures of James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita were confirmed last week.

There are also question marks over the fitness and age of a number of midfielders who will remain at the club next season.

Currently, Liverpool’s midfield squad consists of Jordan Henderson (32), Thiago (32), Fabinho (29), Curtis Jones (22), Harvey Elliott (20) and Stefan Bajcetic (18). best years. Mac Allister looks set to be a key target for Klopp’s mid-park rebuild, with the likes of Mason Mount, Ryan Gravenberch and Matheus Nunes all linked with a move to Anfield.

The Reds are hoping to bring in possible new signings as the season draws to a close to facilitate squad integration during pre-season.


Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp ‘wants’ defensive signing – with England centre-back linked

Jurgen Klopp is said to be interested in bringing in a defender this summer, as well as additions to midfield, with an England international linked with a move to Anfield.

Liverpool have been linked with quite a few centre-backs in recent weeks, including Sporting’s Goncalo Inacio, Brighton’s Levi Colwill, Benfica’s Antonio Silva, plus Josko Gvardiol and Jarrad Branthwaite.

Klopp was directly asked if he had any plans to bring in a new centre-back at his pre-Aston Villa press conference last week and now reputable journalist Paul Joyce, who asked, went on to say the manager is “interested is” to defensive purchases”.‌

Klopp is said to want defensive signings alongside Alexis Mac Allister and Mason Mount in midfield.

This report comes at the same time as claims by another journalist, Simon Jones of the Mail, that Liverpool are interested in England and Crystal Palace centre-back Marc Guehi.

The former Chelsea defender, 22, moved to Palace two years ago and has made a huge impact for the London side, earning international honors with England and making his debut for Gareth Southgate’s side last year. He was recommended by many to go to the World Cup but was then overlooked by the likes of Harry Maguire.

Guehi would be wanted by Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United, with a potential price tag of £50m.

One thing that would certainly appeal is the reliability of Guehi, who has made 36 Premier League appearances this season, in stark contrast to Liverpool’s injured Joel Matip and Ibrahima Konate.

A new centre-back would certainly make sense, especially if Matip were to leave this summer.

When asked about a potential defender arriving this summer, Klopp said: “We are looking in all departments, except the goalkeeper, at the moment.”

The coach has insisted that the recent improvement in form won’t change his summer plans. “If there’s a good one, I wouldn’t deny it,” he added. “That’s all. As I said, we must, and do, search all parts of the camp. Certainly.”

It’s clear Klopp is very keen to get new signings early this summer, well ahead of pre-season, and with reports from Argentina suggesting a move for Mac Allister is complete, that certainly looks to be paying off for him. .

It’s also clear Liverpool are looking for proven players in the Premier League this summer, who Guehi would fit with, while he’s also young enough to eventually establish himself as a potential successor to Virgil van Dijk. And while the Guehi report suggests Liverpool may not be able to afford the defender as they need midfield signings, if Mac Allister can be bought for the reported £60m, plus Mount for £50m and less any possible outgoing sale, there’s just enough more to attract a defender.

With the departures of Roberto Firmino, James Milner, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the club has freed up almost £500,000 a week in wages, boosting belief that many new signings are possible this summer.


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