Alexis Mac Allister hands Liverpool and Arsenal massive boost with latest transfer hint

The Argentine was quick to reveal a key part of his next move

Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Alexis Mac Allister has fanned the transfer flames surrounding him after admitting that he would like his next move to be to a Premier League club, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City thought to be on high alert.

The World Cup winner has impressed both with the Seagulls and on the international scene, and has struck up an excellent midfield partnership with fellow coveted star Moises Caicedo, who was the subject of three failed Arsenal bids in January.

“At the moment I’m enjoying my season at Brighton and I’m not thinking about the future”, the Argentine explained.

However, he went on to admit that he was keen to remain in England, fuelling the rumours that have linked him to Manchester City and Arsenal in recent months, while a reunion with Graham Potter at Chelsea is also not off the cards.

“I would like my next team to be in the Premier League”, MacAllister added.

Arsenal are one of several sides tracking the Argentine as they look to replace Granit Xhaka in their midfield come the summer, with Declan Rice also a player on Mikel Arteta’s radar.

Liverpool are also thought to be keen on the Brighton man, though their main focus is on Jude Bellingham as things stand. Nonetheless, Jurgen Klopp wants to add several midfielders to his ranks this summer, with the likes of Mason Mount and Caicedo among the other options.

Manchester City are also looking to revamp their midfield amid concerns over the long term futures of Ilkay Gundogan and Bernardo Silva. Gundogan is out of contract this summer as it stands, while Silva has made no secret of his desire to move to Spain in previous transfer windows.

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