Fabrizio Romano, the king of football transfer news, has confirmed that Both Liverpool and Manchester United are keen to sign the £37million star and talks are set to begin soon.
Well-known journalist Fabrizio Romano says Liverpool and Manchester United are still keen on signing Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Alexis MacAllister. The Argentine star has been in excellent form for the Seagulls this season. And he seems eager to take on bigger challenges in the UFABET summer. According to Romano Liverpool and Manchester United are still interested in signing the 25-year-old and talks are coming soon, not at the end of the transfer window.
Mac Allister is getting stronger and stronger. The past few years with Brighton And he has always been a regular for the club. The 25-year-old has been in very consistent form this season. So far he has 10 goals and 2 assists for the Seagulls. meanwhile He also has great defensive qualities. This white footballer can win in an important tackle. In the middle of the field, and can also win many ball duels
So Mac Allister is poised to take on even bigger challenges this summer. And both Liverpool and Manchester United appear keen to persuade him to join. Liverpool currently lack a creative midfielder in their squad. And getting Mac Allister would be an upgrade from a number of midfielders. people they have
With manager Jurgen Klopp opting for a 4-3-3 formation on a regular basis. Mac Allister could be a regular starter in Liverpool’s midfield next season. Mac Allister, by comparison, might not be a guaranteed starting lineup if he moves to Manchester United. Casemiro and Christian Eriksen both performing well in midfield. Already And they were involved in many goals in their first season with the team.
In addition, Bruno Fernandes continues to perform excellently from an attacking midfield position for the Red Devils. Since his return from the World Cup with Portugal, the £37million star has faced a big decision over his future this summer. He could play Champions League football next season. If he joins Manchester United, however, unlike Liverpool he might not be guaranteed a starting lineup. However, both clubs will have to negotiate a fee with Brighton first.