The Argentine midfielder is the first reinforcement for the Reds who hope to regain leadership in the Premier League next season.
The Premier League continues to move its chips. This time, Liverpool have secured the transfer of Argentine Alexis Mac Allister in a bid to strengthen the team’s midfield. and to take another step towards the goal of being a competitive Premier League side again after their previous erratic campaign.
Thus, the Transandean world champion in Qatar leaves Brighton in exchange for just over 40 million euros corresponding to the exit clause.
In fact, his participation in the Cup gave him a big leap forward in his career, confirming his great season as Brighton reached qualifying positions in international competitions, contributing 12 goals in 40 games.
“The 24-year-old has successfully passed a medical and agreed personal terms to become the Reds’ first signing for the summer transfer window ”, reported Liverpool.
In the post, they also point out that “Mac Allister will arrive at Anfield less than six months after helping Argentina win the World Cup in Qatar last December, capping a very impressive season with Brighton ”.
The player, in turn, pointed out in the dialogue with the club that “It’s incredible. It’s a dream come true, it’s amazing to be here and I can’t wait to get started “, beginning.
“I wanted to be in [desde] the first day of pre-season, so it’s good that everything is done. I can’t wait to meet my teammates,” he continued.
I also come back to his experience in the season which has just ended “It was a fantastic year for me, the World Cup, what we achieved with Brighton, but now is the time to think about Liverpool and try to be a better player and a better human being every day ”.
“Since I won the World Cup I said I want to win more trophies and I think this club will help me do that, that’s the goal and when you’re at a big club like this here you have to earn trophies. So that’s what I want “, warning.
“Since I arrived here, I can see how great this club is: the players we have, the staff, everyone. I’m very happy and I can’t wait to play for this club,” concluded Mac Allister.
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