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Final details’: Romano now says £70m player will say bye to fans this weekend before signing for Liverpool



‘Final details’: Romano now says £70m player will say bye to fans this weekend before signing for Liverpool

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Fabrizio Romano has taken to Twitter to once again suggest Liverpool are close to completing the signing of Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister.

The Argentinian midfielder will be on his way out of the AMEX after three years and Romano has taken to social media to suggest Mac Allister will wave goodbye to the fans this weekend.

Alexis Mac Allister, expected to bid his farewell to Brighton fans after final game after his fantastic experience at the club since 2020 👋🏻 #BHAFC

He’s prepared to leave the club in June with Liverpool frontrunners — close to complete the deal, waiting on final details 🔴 #LFC

— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 26, 2023

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In the tweet, Romano suggests a move to Liverpool is close, with just final details to be sorted now.

The Reds are expected to pay as much as £70m to sign the impressive Seagulls midfielder.

Liverpool to sign Alexis Mac Allister

The Reds have been linked with a host of midfielders already heading into this summer. But with Mac Allister it seems they are moving quickly to get the deal over the line.

Mac Allister has been outstanding for Brighton and will surely relish the challenge of playing for Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, will be delighted to see FSG and his transfer team act so quickly here. Mac Allister is just what he needs in the middle and he’s a welcome start to what should be a busy window.

Brighton could also lose Moises Caicedo this summer. The Ecuadorian has been a revelation himself and Arsenal are expected to come knocking for his services again.

Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty ImagesA serious player

World Cup winners are few and far between but it seems Liverpool are getting their hands on one now. Mac Allister was good over in Qatar and the step up in expectation shouldn’t faze him at Anfield.

Ahead of a big summer, it seemed vital that Liverpool made a fast start to the window and it seems they’ve done just that.

Mac Allister will be just fine in that midfield. For Liverpool fans, adding the Brighton star is just the start. They’ll expect even more players to be signed.

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LFC Women v Manchester United: Important info for supporters

Here’s all the information supporters need to know for the Barclays Women’s Super League clash…

Please arrive early to make the most of the pre-match build-up. Turnstiles will open from 1pm.


For the latest match updates, please visit the LFC Women news page or follow on Twitter @LiverpoolFCW.


We would recommend arriving at the stadium at least 90 minutes before kick-off to ensure there’s enough time for you to get to your seat and enjoy the pre-match build up.

We strongly advise the use of public transport as the game will be extremely busy. Information on travelling to and from Prenton Park including public transport options is available here.

Car parking is available on the Shaftesbury Youth Club next to the stadium for £5 (cash only). Use post code CH42 6QW.

Due to construction work in the car park at Prenton Park, spaces will be extremely limited. Car park stewards will assist any supporters requiring disabled access.

Car parking at The Mersey Clipper pub is not part of TRFC or LFCW and additional parking charges will apply.


Bags no bigger than A4 will be allowed into the stadium. All bags will be searched on entry.


Please make sure you have your match ticket or season ticket ready for checking at the turnstile. Supporters can either print their ticket or show it on their phone. Take note of the stand and seat numbers on your tickets to find your exact seats before arriving to your turnstile.

Turnstiles will open from 1pm BST – please allow extra time to arrive at your turnstile and find your seat:

Home supporters in the Kop Stand – enter via turnstiles 22-27Home supporters in the Bebington Paddock – enter via turnstiles 28-30Home supporters in the Town Paddock – enter via turnstiles 2-4Away supporters in the Cowshed – enter via turnstiles 5-9Away supporters in the Bebington End – enter via turnstiles 31 and 32

If additional tickets are available, you will be able to purchase these online. We encourage you to buy any additional tickets in advance before coming to the stadium here.


The Fan Zone outside the stadium will be open from 12.30pm BST and all entertainment is free of charge.


Refreshments will be available inside the stadium, accepting both cash and card payments.


Match programmes will be on sale from 1pm outside of the ground at the kiosk adjacent to the TRFC Club Store priced at £3.


Please comply with current government guidance regarding respiratory infections including COVID-19, which can be found here.


LFC is supporting strong measures across football to tackle antisocial and criminal behaviours within football grounds – including entering the pitch without permission and carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros. These are illegal, dangerous and have serious consequences. They have no place in our game. Anyone involved in these activities will be banned by the club and reported to the police. Love Football. Protect the game.


This fixture is our dedicated communities match, when we celebrate the fantastic work of our official charity, LFC Foundation. Seven days a week the LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours, its community programme, deliver real change and create life-changing opportunities for the most underserved communities in local parks, community hubs, classrooms and on football pitches across the Liverpool City region and beyond.

Thank you once again, safe travels and see you at Prenton Park on Saturday.

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