The 23-year-old has excelled at the World Cup and was one of the key players as Lionel Scaloni's men lifted the coveted trophy on Sunday.
Mac Allister was also a key player for Brighton and Hove Albion. Fichajes' report says his performances have attracted the attention of two Premier League clubs.
United have been eyeing the midfielder for some time and it will be interesting to see if they are ready to make a move for him when the January transfer window opens. However, it is fair to assume that Brighton will not sanction his departure mid-season, so any move will have to wait until the summer.
As for Arsenal, the Gunners are also working hard to secure his services and Mikel Arteta believes the player would be perfect for his system. The Gunners have lacked depth in midfield this season. Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey are Arteta's only reliable options, while the arrival of Mack Allister will allow the Londoners to change their squad. Erik ten Hager, on the other hand, needs better players than Scott McTominay in midfield to really compete with a club like Manchester City. McAllister would be an upgrade on United's current midfield options.
The Brighton star has enjoyed outstanding success in the Premier League and could make an immediate impact if he joins one of the two English clubs in the coming months.
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