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‘Will Cost Way Less’: Liverpool Discover Price for ‘Very Intelligent’ Star

Liverpool may not have to pay as high of a fee for Brighton's Alexis Mac Allister as previously expected

According to Fabrizio Romano, the fee that Liverpool will have to pay to get their hands on Brighton & Hove Albion’s Alexis Mac Allister will reportedly not be as high as initially expected. The world cup winner could reportedly cost the Anfield club considerably less than the £70 million figure previously touted for his signing.

Liverpool Discover Alexis Mac Allister Transfer Price

Liverpool Plan to Complete Deal Soon

It has already been reported that Liverpool are very close to agreeing personal terms with the Argentine star, which is important for them to go ahead with the deal and try to find an agreement with Brighton.

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Romano adds that the plan is to complete the transfer next week and that the Reds have discovered it won’t take the same financial outlay that was previously thought. The fixed amount demands from Brighton are not that high, meaning that the Merseyside club could secure his signing for a relatively lower fee.

Moreover, Spanish outlet Relevo’s journalist Matteo Morretto adds that everything is practically arranged between Liverpool and Mac Allister over the deal. He also adds that Jurgen Klopp’s side are ready to pay the release clause for his signing, which is expected to be less than £70 million. With the club already announcing the departure of multiple midfielders, including James Milner, who is linked with a move to Brighton, and Arthur Melo, it shouldn’t take much time to slot a World Cup winner like Mac Allister into their squad.

Mac Allister’s Dream Rise at Brighton Detailed

Brighton signed Mac Allister in 2019 from Argentine club Argentinos Juniors, at a time when almost nobody in the Premier League knew much about him at all. However, the 24-year-old has taken major strides in his career since his breakthrough move to Brighton and has turned himself into one of their most important players.

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In the four-year span, the Argentine star ended up making 112 appearances for the Seagulls – scoring 20 goals and providing 9 assists across all competitions. Mac Allister also had a dream Qatar World Cup campaign with Argentina, impressing in the final against France and was praised as a ‘very intelligent player’ by Argentine legend Sergio Aguero for his heroics in the competition. Since then, he’s attracted interest from some of the Premier League’s best and it appears that he is in line for a major move soon.

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