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Liverpool eyeing 26-year-old Serie A side alongside Alexis Mac Allister this summer



Liverpool eyeing 26-year-old Serie A side alongside Alexis Mac Allister this summer

Liverpool eyeing Inter Milan’s Nicolo Barella and Brighton star Alexis Mac Allister in summer transfer window

Liverpool apparently remain keen on securing the signatures of Nicolo Barella and Alexis Mac Allister during the upcoming summer transfer window.

This news comes from Italian publication Calciomercato via Liverpool ECHO, which has consistently linked both players with a move to Anfield.

Barella has been a standout performer for Inter Milan and has attracted significant attention from top clubs across Europe. The report suggests that it would take a substantial fee of around £87m to persuade Inter to part ways with the talented Italian international.

While the specific details of Liverpool’s interest in Mac Allister are yet to be revealed, it is clear that the club is actively considering him as a potential addition to their squad. Fabrizio Romano via Twitter said that the Reds inch closer to getting a deal through for the Argentine international.

Mac Allister and Barella to the Reds?

The Reds’ pursuit of these two players indicates the club’s desire to strengthen their squad ahead of the upcoming season. The lack of midfield depth means that getting on board a set of good midfielders is certainly essential for the Reds.

However, the potential transfer of Barella may prove to be a significant financial undertaking for Liverpool. The club had previously shelved plans to target Jude Bellingham due to the high costs involved. This suggests that Liverpool’s pursuit of the Euro 2020 winner will remain contingent on finding a feasible financial agreement with Inter.

As the transfer window unfolds, Liverpool fans will certainly be monitoring any developments regarding the club’s pursuit of the 26-year-old Inter Milan star and Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister.

The coming weeks will reveal whether the Reds oversee success in securing the services of these highly-rated midfielders or if we pursue any alternative options.

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While the financial aspects of any potential deals may pose challenges, Liverpool will continue to explore options that align with their long-term and short-term vision for success. And it is a must. It is shameful that our crisis in midfield hasn’t been addressed in recent windows and it is about time we give Jurgen Klopp the team he deserves.


Liverpool team news vs Southampton confirmed as Jurgen Klopp hands duo farewell appearance

Jurgen Klopp makes seven changes for the match at St Mary’s.

James Milner and Roberto Firmino will make their farewell appearances for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp rung the changes the final Premier League game of the season against already-relegated Southampton.

The Reds have endured a difficult season, finishing trophy-less and exiting all three cup competitions in the early stages but have ended the league campaign with seven wins in eight games.

While Firmino and Milner both play, departing duo of Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are absent from the sqaud.

The Liverpool manager has made seven changes in total as he has gifted starts for Caoimhin Kelleher, Joe Gomez, Joel Matip, Kostas Tsimikas, Milner, Diogo Jota and Firmino.

However, not included in the squad are Alisson or Virgil Van Dijk – both of whom started in the 1-1 draw with Aston Villa last time out – and both haven’t been risked for the final game in which Liverpool have already confirmed their final position in fifth place.

Also missing is Darwin Nunez, who was absent in the draw against Villa with a toe injury and he also hasn’t been risked for this game.

On the bench is midfielder Arthur Melo, who has featured for just 13 minutes across this whole season after joining on a season-long loan deal last summer – he may enjoy some minutes off the bench in his final appearance.

Southampton: McCarthy, Bree, Bednarek, Lyanco, Walker-Peters, Walcott, Ward-Prowse, Lavia, Elyounoussi, Alcaraz, Sulemana. Subs: Caleta-Car, Aribo, Adam Armstrong, Stuart Armstrong, Livramento, Bazunu, Ballard, Doyle, Amo-Ameyaw. Liverpool: Kelleher, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Gomez, Tsimikas, Milner, Fabinho, Jones, Salah, Firmino, Jota. Subs: Konate, Adrian, Henderson, Gakpo, Elliott, Diaz, Carvalho, Arthur, Williams.

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