FSG makes shocking statement concerning Alexis Mac Allister and Jude Bellingham Transfer Bid

Jude Bellingham ‘bid’

British agent Haydn Dodge believes it is ‘known’ in the footballing world that Liverpool have upped their interest in Jude Bellingham by submitting a ‘bid’ worth £100 million, or close to.

Bellingham is set to become one of the world’s most expensive players in the summer with the Borussia Dortmund star attracting huge interest from Liverpool, Man City, Man United and Real Madrid.

In an exclusive interview with Caught Offside, Dodge said: It’s known that a bid [from Liverpool] just shy of £100m has been submitted for Jude Bellingham ahead of this summer’s transfer window,” Dodge said in an exclusive interview.

“A revamp in the middle of the park is exactly what Liverpool, their fans and Jurgen Klopp need so it is not surprising to see them going all out for Bellingham.”

ALEXIS MAC ALISTER

Enzo Fernandez got most of the headlines in Argentina’s midfield as the South American giants ground their way to World Cup triumph in 2022, but for many their success was built on the less flashy foundations provided by Alexis Mac Allister in the six.

Now, there’s chatter that Liverpool approached Brighton attempting to sign the 24-year-old from Santa Rosa in January. They were rebuffed by the Seagulls, but are said to have now returned with an eye to signing Mac Allister in the summer window.

Mac Allister is a new name to add to the potential midfield target list for Reds fans, but Liverpool aren’t the first club he’s been linked to with Manchester City, Arsenal, and Chelsea all being suggested as possible destinations since the World Cup.

With two years on his contract, Mac Allister wouldn’t be cheap—especially not if Brighton’s resistance to selling fellow midfield star Moisés Caicedo is anything to go by. He’s also more of a purely defensive player than the Reds have mostly been linked with.

Whether there’s truth to the suggestion Liverpool are in the mix, having returned to signal their interest after trying to sign Mac Allister in January, according to his father there is an agreement in place with Brighton that he will leave in the summer:

“We all know that in July there will be opportunities for him to leave, but prior to the World Cup, Alexis renewed his contract so that the club can also have the opportunity to make an important sale so that money can reach Brighton. That is the idea.”

 

 

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