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Liverpool completes Mac Allister’s transfer from Brighton

Liverpool has completed the signing of Mac Allister from Brighton. Liverpool triggered an exit clause for Mac Allister from Brighton which will see them pay €35 million for the 24-year-old.


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According to Football Insider, Mac Allister is set to earn around € 150,000 per week on a five-year deal at Anfield.

On Tuesday, the Argentinian international passed medical with Liverpool and will officially join the club when the transfer window for English clubs opens on June 14.

In his first LFC interview, he said,

. “It feels amazing. It’s a dream come true, it’s amazing to be here and I can’t wait to get started.”

. “I wanted to be in from the first day of pre-season, so it’s good that everything is done. I’m looking forward to meeting my team”

Mac Allister will be the number 10 shirt previously won by Sadio Mane, Phillipe Coutinho and Michael Owen.

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He leaves Brighton having helped them secure sixth place in Premier League which is the highest-ever league finish. Brighton will also participate in the Europa League next season.

His Premier League debut was on March 7 2020 after which he made 112 appearances for Brighton and has scored 20 goals in the three and a half seasons.

Mac Allister joined Brighton from Argentinos Juniors in January 2019. He was also part of the Argentina squad that triumphed in Qatar

On international levels, he has 16 caps for Argentina. He scored an opener in a group c match against Poland and that’s the only international goal to his name to date.

“It was a fantastic year for me – World Cup, what we achieved with Brighton – but now it’s time to think about Liverpool and try to be a better player and a better human being every day,” said Mac Allister.

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Other players on Jurgen Klopp’s reader include; Celta Vigo’s Gabri Veiga, Borrusia Monchegladbach’s Many Kane and Nice’s Khephren Thuram.


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