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Liverpool are on the verge of clinching the transfer of Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton in what Fabrizio Romano describes as “a very good deal” for the Anfield side.

Romano has detailed where negotiations stand for the World Cup winning midfielder, who has attracted interest from many of the Premier League’s biggest clubs over the course of the last year.

Liverpool, who are in dire need of upgrading their midfield options after a turgid season by the lofty standards of Jurgen Klopp, are getting close to a deal, with Romano revealing that Mac Allister’s father has flown to England to conduct transfer talks that should be completed quickly.

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FootballTransfers understands that Khephren Thuram, Manu Kone and Orkun Kokcu are all further midfield targets for the Reds, but they are set to land their first major summer signing soon.

“Carlos the father [and agent] of the player, is in England this weekend. The mission is to complete negotiations for Alexis Mac Allister next week,” Romano revealed via his YouTube channel.

“We know Liverpool are absolutely the front runners. They have to complete some final details of the contract of the player and then Alexis will become a new Liverpool player. They have an agreement in principle on the length of the contract, the salary. It’s about some final clauses, and then he will agree personal terms and join Liverpool.”

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Mac Allister’s Liverpool transfer fee

Romano followed this update with more excellent news for Liverpool supporters, revealing that Mac Allister’s transfer fee may be far lower than expected.

“Liverpool will play the release clause of Brighton. And trust me, if you see reports of £70 million, £65m or £60m – no, it’s way less than this, the release clause. It’s a very good deal for Liverpool in this case if they are able to complete everything,” he added.

“The timing is very clear. Next week for Alexis Mac Allister’s transfer.”

FootballTransfers’ algorithm suggested that Mac Allister is worth up to £36m (€41.5m), though that figure has increased four-fold since October and will take another sizeable jump when he completes his move to Liverpool.


Liverpool’s Summer Target Trio: Kokcu, Thuram, and Kone

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As the summer transfer window approaches, the Reds’ recruiting efforts have become the focus of the footballing world. LFC’s primary targets for their midfield reinforcement have emerged: Feyenoord’s Orkun Kokcu, Khephren Thuram of Nice, and Borussia Monchengladbach’s Manu Kone are all in sight.

Orkun Kokcu: Feyenoord’s Coveted Midfield Maestro

Despite rumoured talks with Thuram and Kone, Feyenoord’s young prodigy, Kokcu, is high on the list, as reports. The final decision rests with Jurgen Klopp and newly appointed sporting director, Jorg Schmadtke, to take this interest further.

LFC’s Flirtation with Thuram and Kone

Klopp’s admiration for France international, Thuram, is well known. The German manager seems to be winning the battle for the Nice star, with Anfield reportedly his preferred destination. A key player in these negotiations is none other than his father, the legendary Lilian Thuram.

Liverpool also maintains an interest in Kone. However, conflicting reports cast a shadow on the extent of this interest. What is clear, as reported during the winter window, is that discussions have been held. Sources suggest that the €35-€40m mark is what Monchengladbach seek for their talented midfielder.

The Newcastle Connection

While Liverpool’s pursuit of these players intensifies, Newcastle United has expressed interest in Thuram and Kone. The Magpies have reportedly held discussions with Kone previously and have recently engaged in talks with Thuram. Their preference for Premier League experienced players might hamper their pursuit, as both Thuram and Kone are reported to favour a move to Liverpool.

Mason Mount, Alexis Mac Allister, and Jude Bellingham: LFC’s English Interests

Mason Mount’s potential move to Manchester United, despite Liverpool’s long-standing interest, hints at the complexities of this transfer season. At the same time, Alexis Mac Allister’s move to Liverpool appears increasingly likely, after Jude Bellingham chose Real Madrid.

Liverpool had made considerable efforts to recruit Bellingham, including several meetings at the club’s London offices. Despite the youngster’s apparent preference for the Reds, a move to Madrid seems all but inevitable.

In an exclusive: “Kouadio Manu Kone is expected to leave Borussia Monchengladbach in the summer and the Premier League is the most probable destination. Hear his price remains closer to €40m still. Liverpool and Newcastle admirers.”

As Klopp and the team gear up for a potentially busy transfer season, the squad’s reinvigoration remains the top priority. With a clear focus on the midfield, fans and pundits alike eagerly await the outcomes of these transfer talks.

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