A transfer hint? ‘Liverpool target’ 114.8 billion MF, ‘tears’ after the game

Is it because the transfer has been confirmed? Alexis McAllister, who is strongly linked to Liverpool, was in tears after the final game of the season.안전놀이터

Brighton and Hove Albion lost 1-2 to Aston Villa in the 38th round (final match) of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Villa Park in Birmingham, England at 0:00 am (Korean time) on the 29th.

Brighton has finished a meaningful season. Brighton faced a somewhat confusing situation in the beginning, such as suddenly leaving manager Graham Porter, who had been in charge of the team for about three seasons, to Chelsea and appointing manager Roberto De Zerbi.

As a result, it was beneficial. De Jerby has brought to Brighton the fresh attacking approach he has shown at other clubs. In addition, by discovering Kaoru Mitoma, Evan Ferguson, and Facundo Buonanote, Brighton made it possible to obtain a ticket to the European Football Association (UEFA) Europa League (UEL) for the first time in the history of the club.

Mac Allister did a good job too. McAllister contributed to Brighton’s rise by continuing the performance he showed last season. Based on his excellent foot technique and football intelligence, he has considerable power to dominate the midfield. Based on this, my home country Argentina also tasted the joy of winning the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

There are currently rumors of a transfer to Liverpool. Liverpool, who set reinforcement of the midfield as their top priority for the upcoming summer, decided to recruit 2-3 quasi-class resources instead of giving up Jude Bellingham. And Liverpool’s first target is Mac Allister, and local media are already accepting the Liverpool transfer as a fait accompli.

Is that why? Mac Allister was in tears after his last match. After the match, away fans chanted McAllister’s name, and he cried in the arms of coach De Jerby. Director De Jerby put his arms around Mac Allister and smiled.

Meanwhile, manager De Jerby has admitted McAllister may be leaving. “I think it could be the last match between Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo,” he said, adding that Brighton’s team policy allows both players to be sold in the summer transfer window.

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