Messi ‘King Maker’, sure summer transfer… It depends on the ‘UCL qualification’ such as Liverpool and Manchester United
The transfer of the midfielder who played a decisive role in Lionel Messi (35, Paris Saint-Germain) winning the World Cup is likely.
On the 16th (Korean time), the sports media ‘The Athletic’ said, “Big clubs are interested in Alexis McAllister (24). Manchester United and Liverpool will be aiming for him in the summer transfer market,” he said. “McAllister wants to play in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL). The ranking this season will have a big impact on McAllister’s decision.”
One of the world cup stars. McAllister represented Argentina at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. As a key midfielder, he played a significant role in helping Argentina win the World Cup for the first time in 60 years. His vigorous activity relieved Messi’s defensive burden. Thanks to this, Messi played a big role in the attacking line and won his first World Cup trophy with the Golden Ball.
Known as a complete midfielder. McAllister is a resource with excellent kicking power and creative passing. He has been an engine for Brighton & Hove Albion this season. He is also good at scoring. He is Brighton’s all-time leading scorer this season with 12 goals.
The team’s performance is also on the rise. Thanks to the great performance of McAllister, the main player under manager Robert De Gerbi, Brighton is making a sensation with 6th place (58 points) this season. Depending on the results of the remaining games, it is possible to pursue the top 4.
The possibility of leaving the team in the summer transfer window is strong. McAllister’s father, Carlos McAllister, said in an interview with local media, 메이저놀이터 “McAllister’s new team will be decided in the next transfer window. Negotiations have just begun. Maybe in July, I won’t play for another team.”
It depends on your performance this season. According to ‘The Athletic’, if McAllister leaves Brighton next season, he wants to play for the Champions League side. 4th place Manchester United (66 points in 35 games) and 5th place Liverpool (65 points in 36 games) are only 1 point apart.