Fabrizio Romano: Man United set to “speak” to £50k-p/w star about joining

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According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Alexis Mac Allister will “speak” to Manchester United about a potential summer transfer.

What’s new with Alexis Mac Allister and Manchester United?
The Red Devils still have a lot to play for in the remaining games of the season if they want to win the Premier League and advance in the Europa League.

Depending on how their campaign performs, they will decide how much cash they have available and who they should use it to buy in the summer market.

However, it appears that they have already noticed Mac Allister as a player. According to the most recent rumors, Man United will in fact speak with the Brighton player soon about a potential transfer.

Indeed, Romano discussed his most recent interpretation of the situation while addressing his YouTube channel, also bringing up Liverpool.

“Keep an eye also on Alexis Mac Allister,” he advised, “because Man United and Liverpool will speak to the player’s representative to discuss the potential project.

However, it is certain that Man United are looking into options for the midfield position because they may take some action there in the summer.

Alexis Mac Allister, will she depart Brighton this summer?
Mac Allister currently makes £50k per week, making him more affordable than some players, but with a contract that runs through 2015 and Liverpool also interested, Brighton won’t have any incentive to offload him for a low price.

Romano’s update unquestionably supports what the father has recently said in the media. As a matter of fact, Carlos Mac Allister stated to Puro Boca (via bolavip): “Normally the next [transfer window] will find him playing in another institution, we don’t know which one. Although general negotiations have just begun, it is highly likely that Alexis will be playing for another team by July.

Alexis Mac Allister, a midfielder for Brighton
Fair enough, it’s not hard to understand why Mac Alister has attracted attention considering how important he has been for Brighton as they have surpassed all expectations to give themselves a chance to finish in the top four.

In fact, only two players, Solly March and Kaoru Mitoma, have surpassed the Argentines’ average WhoScored rating of 7.07 in the Premier League this season with eight goals and one assist each.

Undoubtedly one player to watch out for this summer.

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