De Zerbi confirms Mac Allister's potential exit


De Zerbi's confirmation of Mac Allister's potential exit from the team

Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi faces the press against Arsenal

Brighton's manager, Roberto De Zerbi, has confirmed the potential departure of Alexis Mac Allister from his squad. According to De Zerbi, Brighton is likely to lose some players this summer, and Mac Allister who is almost  certainly to join Liverpool - is one of the players who could leave the team. De Zerbi also mentioned Moises Caicedo as another player who could potentially leave the team.

Mac Allister himself has expressed his desire to move on from Brighton, believing that it is time for him to take the next step in his career. De Zerbi's confirmation of Mac Allister's potential exit suggests that the team is preparing for a significant shake-up this summer.

The potential departure of Mac Allister could have a significant impact on De Zerbi's team. The Argentina international has been a key player for the Seagulls, playing a crucial role in the team's success this season. Losing the 24-year-old would be a blow to the team's midfield, as his creativity and technical ability would  be missed in the team's attacking play. His departure would leave a significant void, and Brighton would need to find a suitable replacement to fill his shoes.

In response to the player's potential departure, Brighton may need to make some significant moves in the transfer market. The team will need to find a suitable replacement, and they may also need to strengthen other areas of the team to compensate for his departure. De Zerbi's comments suggest that his side is already preparing for potential departures, and they may have already identified potential targets to fill in the roles. It remains to be seen what moves Brighton will make in the market, but one thing is clear: the team is preparing for a significant shake-up this summer.

Speaking after the 3-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates, De Zerbi said: "Of course, we will lose some players - maybe Caicedo, maybe Mac Allister.  "We have to be ready to bring in another good players. The others, for Mitoma and Estupinan, I think for them the best solution is to stay with us. I don’t know if they are ready to play in the big teams, you can explain better than me to ‘play in a big team.’ We can offer them the possibility to progress and improve.

"We have to improve in mentality, we are not used to playing three games per week. We won a fantastic game with Manchester United and after four days we played against Everton and didn’t use the victory against Manchester United. We started the game with the same shirts of the game against United, and I think this is the most important part to improve."

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