Liverpool Eyes Argentinian Ace, Alexis Mac Allister: A Major Deal Underway

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Liverpool Eyes Argentinian Ace, Alexis Mac Allister: A Major Deal Underway
Liverpool Eyes Argentinian Ace, Alexis Mac Allister: A Major Deal Underway

In a thrilling development, the father and agent of Alexis Mac Allister, the Argentinian midfield dynamo, is set to land in England today. This purposeful journey comes as a bid to seal the final terms for his son's much-anticipated transfer to the Liverpool football team, as affirmed by renowned sports journalist, Fabrizio Romano.

Romano recently tweeted, "Understand Alexis Mac Allister’s father and agent will travel to England in the next few hours — as Liverpool want to complete final details on personal terms agreement. The expectation is to get the deal done next week, his father will be in England to work on that." This piece of news adds an extra dose of excitement to the forthcoming Premier League season, with fans eagerly awaiting the culmination of the deal.

A Pricey Addition to the Reds

Liverpool is rumoured to be loosening the purse strings significantly, with the potential transfer fee ranging between 50 to 60 million euros.

The prodigious Argentinian is also expected to don the prestigious number 10 shirt, previously sported by the stellar Sadio Mane. Furthermore, reports hint that Mac Allister is set for a hefty paycheck at Liverpool, earning around £150,000-a-week.

Given his exceptional performance in the recent seasons, there's no questioning that he would be a vital addition to Jurgen Klopp's side – filling a gap that was conspicuous in Liverpool's performance last season.

Mac Allister: A Brief Retrospective

Alexis Mac Allister, starting his football journey at Argentinos Juniors, transferred to Brighton in 2019 after a stint on loan at Boca.

His tenure at Brighton was marked by consistent performance and rapid growth, with 112 matches under his belt, netting 20 goals, and providing nine assists. Undeniably, his most remarkable achievement to date is the pivotal role he played in Argentina's successful campaign in the Qatar World Cup, where he was hailed as one of the best players in the Gaucho's quest for the coveted championship.


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