Alexis Mac Allister has Brighton exit clause amid Liverpool and Man Utd interest

Lfc Rumour (Mark Baldwin)
Alexis Mac Allister is expected to leave Brighton (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images) Alexis Mac Allister’s Brighton deal includes an exit clause that could ease a move to Liverpool or Manchester United. The Argentine has enjoyed an unforgettable campaign with club and country, which has seen him heavily linked with a move to either Old Trafford or Anfield. The 24-year-old signed a new long-term deal at Brighton just a month before he won the World Cup with Argentina in Qatar. His performances in the middle east saw his value skyrocket and his father recently admitted that his son is likely to leave the Seagulls this summer. Brighton are famously shrewd negotiators and have extracted top fees of Ben White and Marc Cucurella in recent years. Mac Allister is valued at around £70m (Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images) The club rejected bids of around £70m for Moises Caicedo in January and Mac Allister is valued at even more than that. But the Athletic claim the Argentine’s new deal at Brighton includes a clause that could ease his exit from the club. More: Trending 'He's not good enough!' - Alan Shearer tells Erik ten Hag to sell Man Utd star Rio Ferdinand says it will be a 'disgrace' if Phil Foden wins Premier League this term Mauricio Pochettino wants to sign three players after becoming Chelsea manager While there is not a simple release clause that clubs could meet, it’s claimed a mechanism is in place that allows Mac Allister to choose his next club. That could benefit both United and Liverpool, who are keen to do quick business this summer. Jose Mourinho interested in Paris Saint-Germain move after rejecting Chelsea approach Erik ten Hag urges David De Gea to sign new Manchester United deal despite error against West Ham For more stories like this, check our sport page. Follow Metro Sport for the latest news on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Post a Comment

Post a Comment (0)

#buttons=(Accept !) #days=(20)

Our website uses cookies to enhance your experience. Learn More
Accept !