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£150M valued star reveals‘he is calm’ahead of imminent Liverpool move



£150M valued star reveals‘he is calm’ahead of imminent Liverpool move

Brighton star Alexis Mac Allister insists he remains calm amid speculation he is set to join Liverpool

Reports earlier this week claimed Mac Allister’s signature could be wrapped up in the next seven days with an agreement on personal terms a formality.

‘I am very calm because I also have the possibility of being in a club like Brighton that accompanied me at all times and in which I really enjoy being,’ said Mac Allister, speaking to Miami-based Argentine news outlet Infobae when asked about his future.

‘If I do not have to leave the club I will continue to be very happy there, but I am aware that there are possibilities (to move) and if a good offer arrives for the club and for me we will evaluate it.

‘I have no doubts that (the Premier League) is the best league to play in and that is why I am aware that I would like my next club to be in the Premier. I really enjoy being there.’

Mac Allister added: ‘The objective is to continue improving as a person, as a player, to win more titles.

‘I think this is my short-term objective and it will always be, because I will always be the same person and I will want to be a little better than the day before, so I focus a lot on that.

‘I’m not going to complain, I’m 24 years old, I’m a world champion, I play in one of the best leagues in the world and I feel that my career is growing.

‘But I still have my feet on the ground and I really want to improve, becoming a better person and better player every day.

‘We’ll see what the future brings.’


Alexis Mac Allister’s father has already dropped future hint after describing Liverpool target’s’best quality’

Liverpool target Alexis Mac Allister’s fearlessness is his best attribute, according to his father Carlos Javier.

The Reds are prioritising a move for the Argentine star from Brighton & Hove Albion as they fend off competition to snap up the 24-year-old. Mac Allister has been one of the key members of Roberto De Zerbi’s side in their historic Premier League campaign that saw them secure European football.

Their sixth-placed finish capped an amazing season for the midfielder after winning the World Cup alongside Lionel Messi in December. And Mac Allister could be Liverpool’s first signing of the summer as Jurgen Klopp plots a midfield restructuring following the departures of James Milner, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

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The 55-year-old father and agent of Mac Allister isn’t a stranger to the professional game. Despite making just three international appearances, he had an illustrious career as a left-back in his homeland’s top-flight, playing alongside icon Diego Maradona.

During his time with Argentine giants Boca Juniors, he won the Premier Division and the Copa de Oro Nicolás Leoz – the Gold Cup.

Alexis is one of three Mac Allister brothers and his father spoke glowingly of his progress in the Premier League with the Seagulls and hinted that the midfielder wanted to stay in England when he next moves club.

Speaking to the Guardian in December he said: “I said: ‘Bloody brilliant! And what personality,” he reflected on a pass made when he was just 17.

“This is a first-division player.’ So I don’t think the pressure will affect him: that’s his best quality.

“The way he tackles. But it’s the only thing he has that’s [like] me, eh!”


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