Some of the best clubs in Europe have expressed interest in Alexis Mac Allister and have made initial inquiries about him
Alexis Mac Allister’s father says that the Argentinian midfielder has attracted interest from several clubs who are considering making bids for the World Cup winner.
Mac Allister, who has been a crucial player for Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League, has recently been linked with Manchester City and Liverpool.
Mac Allister’s father talks about big clubs’ interest
Following his prominent role in Argentina’s victory at the 2022 World Cup, his profile and market value have increased.
“The clubs are starting to call us about Alexis, but there are no concrete conversations for now,” he said, quoted by TNT Sports.
“We will decide together with Brighton, they deserve respect. We will also choose the best project based on the coach, it is not just about money.”
Reportedly several top clubs, including Manchester City and Liverpool, have shown initial interest in Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister.
The 24-year-old Argentine has become a key player for the Premier League team and recently stated that he feels ready for a move to another top-flight club.
Liverpool could be looking to revamp their midfield in the summer, and Mac Allister may be a good replacement for Ilkay Gundogan if he decides to leave Manchester City.
Mac Allister has a contract with Brighton until 2025 and has scored seven goals and provided one assist for his team in their quest for a European spot.
“We will also choose the best project based on the coach, it is not just about money”
Mac Allister told TyC Sports, as reported on March 1: “I don’t have a particular team where I say ‘this is the way I play’. I think that here in the Premier League, there are very strong teams that play very well, like Manchester City and Arsenal.
“Chelsea too, I had [Graham] Potter as coach [at Brighton] and I know the idea he has of playing football.
“Manchester United are returning to be what they were, and Liverpool are going through some ups and downs but they still have a very important team.
“If I have to say a place, I would like my next step to be in the Premier League. But the truth is that I am very focused here in Brighton and enjoying the present.”