Father gets on a plane → Champions elimination Liverpool, shot 114.3 billion won to special MF

Liverpool’s signing of ‘World Cup Winner’ Alexis McAllister (Brighton & Hove Albion) is getting closer and closer.

Argentinian media ‘Tyc Sports’ reported on the 27th (Korean time), “The contract between Liverpool and McAllister is getting closer.”메이저사이트

The media said, “McAllister is about to move to Liverpool,” and “McAllister’s father, who is an agent, has booked a flight to England to negotiate his son’s contract.”

“All that remains is to agree on the transfer fee with Brighton,” he added.

McAllister, who started playing for Brighton in 2019, entered the 2022/23 season and developed into a world-class midfielder.

First, during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he was selected as the Argentina national football team and played an active role as the main midfielder in Argentina, winning the championship at the first World Cup stage in his life.

His performances in the World Cup continued in the Premier League as well. McAllister has scored 10 goals and provided two assists in 34 league appearances this season, and has been at the heart of Brighton’s midfield alongside partner Moises Caicedo.

McAllister’s performances drew attention from Premier League club Liverpool. Liverpool, which failed to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League after finishing fifth in the league, quickly reinforced its players to rebound.

Liverpool first decided to recruit midfielders, the number one reinforcement. Originally, Liverpool’s top midfielder target was England star Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund), but the astronomical transfer fee was expected, so they turned to McAllister.

McAllister’s transfer to Liverpool is considered a matter of time, as McAllister is also positive about playing for world-class club Liverpool.

Meanwhile, Liverpool is known to want additional midfield reinforcement besides McAllister. Liverpool midfielder Manuel Ugarte (Sporting) and Mason Mount (Chelsea) are being discussed.

However, Mount is expected to face difficulties in recruiting as Liverpool’s biggest rivals Manchester United are showing great interest.

Fierce competition was predicted for Ugarte as PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) and Chelsea participated in the scouting for a buyout of 52 million pounds (approximately 85 billion won).

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