Liverpool is prepared to acquire Alexis MacAllister from Brighton for £70 million, according to an exclusive report

Liverpool are also favorites to sign Mason Mount for around £50million, but the deal for the 24-year-old is dependent on new Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino giving the green light.

Liverpool are ready to end the race for world champion Alexis Mac Allister with a £70m deal for the Brighton midfielder.

Manchester United and Arsenal are interested but the 24-year-old Argentine star is said to be ready to devote his future to Liverpool. Talks are still a long way off, as are negotiations over James Milner, 37, leaving Anfield for Brighton on a free transfer after eight years.


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has made it clear to the Anfield hierarchy that he wants at least three top midfielders this summer, including Milner, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Klopp believes the signing of Mac Allister – who was bought from Argentinos Juniors for just £4million in January 2019 – is enough compensation to pull himself out of the race for the £130million signing of Jude Bellingham. Real Madrid are currently the favorites to sign him. Liverpool have also launched an investigation into last summer’s transfer target Aurelien Tchoumeni, but Real Madrid are unwilling to sell the 23-year-old bought from Monaco last summer.

Liverpool have struggled this season and Klopp is keen to cash in this summer to build a title fight next season.”But to show and show again that we are capable of doing special things, which I am really happy about. Winning six games in a row is something special and if it had been easy we would have done it a lot more than times, other teams would have done it many more times.

“Adding the seventh is even more difficult, but the eight and the nine are really difficult because it’s about football and other teams prepare well for games and have their own objectives, but this part of the season has given us clearly showed that we are still here.”

“All is not bad in us and around us. We had a bad season, but let’s see what we can do with it.”

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