Liverpool tipped to seal double deal after claims they’ve ‘completed’ Mac Allister signing

Mac Allister and Mount

Renowned football pundit Gabby Agbonlahor has suggested that Liverpool might secure the signings of Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister and Chelsea’s Mason Mount during the upcoming summer transfer window.

Liverpool are poised to make strategic moves in the upcoming summer transfer window, with a particular focus on reinforcing their midfield lineup. With the imminent departures of key players such as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, and James Milner, the club is keen to secure replacements who can maintain their competitive edge.

Mac Allister and Mount deal closing in

The 24-year-old Argentinean midfielder, Mac Allister has been in sensational form, showcasing his skills and contributing significantly to his team’s success. Rumors have intensified, suggesting that Mac Allister will soon don the red jersey.

TYC Sports claims that a lucrative deal has been finalized between Liverpool and Brighton. However, reputable transfer expert Fabrizio Romano advises caution, noting that certain details still need to be ironed out before the transfer can be confirmed.

Gabby Agbonlahor, a former Aston Villa striker and football pundit, goes a step further by speculating that Liverpool might also pursue the signing of Chelsea’s talented midfielder, Mason Mount.

Agbonlahor told Football Insider:

“I would go for Mac Allister. I think he is a top player, Mount has not been at his best this season.

Mac Allister has won the World Cup, he is showing that Argentinian swagger in his play. I really like him I would get him over Mason Mount.

There could be a chance of a deal for both. Mount will have a year left on his contract and Liverpool need numbers so it would not harm them to get both.”

Speaking earlier this month, former midfielder Paul Ince told,

“For me, it’s not just about the goal. Watching you play tonight, it’s your work rate, your passing ability, you’re just an all-round player, you know?”

Ince said as he interviewed Mac Allister on Sky Sports.

“Me and Jamie [Redknapp] have played in midfield and we just loved watching you play because everything you do, you do it correctly. You get back, you get up, you get down, you score goals. It was lovely to watch you play today.”

Speaking after Mac Allister had been standing next to him, Ince added:

“We were standing next to a World Cup winner. Someone who scored in the last minute against Manchester United, but he’s so humble. He’s talking about the young South American kids that he wants to look after – and he’s young himself.

But, it’s not about him, it’s about the team ethic and he works within that. He’s happy to tow the line, he’s happy to do the dirty bit of football, but he’s also a very, very talented player.

The only worry for me, we sat here before the game and spoke to Paul Barber about clubs coming in for players who are playing well, and he’s going to be one of those.

He’s gonna be one of those players that clubs are looking at, I hate to say it but I think he could be one of those.”

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