Liverpool, which gave up Jude Bellingham, will soon contact ‘World Cup Winner’ Alexis McAllister.
Liverpool are out of the race to sign Bellingham. British multiple media reported on the 12th (hereinafter Korean time) that Liverpool had decided not to pursue a transfer to Bellingham this coming summer.
The astronomical ransom was a problem. In addition to his performance at Borussia Dortmund, Bellingham raised his value to the fullest by showing his true worth at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Dortmund also set a price tag of at least 150 million euros (about 216.3 billion won) for Bellingham, the core of the team.
Eventually, Liverpool pulled out. Liverpool initially had plans to rebuild the team around Bellingham. However, it was judged that a major overhaul of the midfield was necessary due to the severe decline in midfield performance and injury problems, and the expiration of the contracts of Naby Keita and Oxlade Chamberlain, so it was decided to exclude excessive investment in one player.
Regarding this, manager Jurgen Klopp explained that it was impossible to sign Bellingham, saying, “We are not children. We would not tell a five-year-old that Ferrari is good for Christmas.”
Instead, they plan to bring in a number of midfielders. Several players are already on the agenda, including Mason Mount, Moises Caicedo and Ryan Gravenberg.
The same goes for Mac Allister. Mac Allister is a key midfielder for Brighton & Hove Albion, coordinating the team’s attack in the number 10 position this season. In his last World Cup, he made his name known to the world by winning the championship with Argentina, contributing to his country’s solid organization. 메이저놀이터
Liverpool approach Mac Allister. Reporter Fabricio Romano, a European football transfer market expert, reported on the 17th that “Liverpool will soon be in direct contact with Mac Allister’s entourage to announce their project. Mac Allister is a firm player in their plans.”
Apart from the Liverpool transfer, Mac Allister is parting ways with ‘100%’ Brighton. Reporter Romano explained: “Mac Allister is 100 per cent leaving Brighton this summer. The player’s intentions are very firm and it has already been discussed with the Brighton board. He hopes to leave immediately after the season.”