Alexis MacAllister, following Yves Bissouma and Moises Caicedo, could be the next Brighton midfielder to entice Premier League clubs with a variety of transfer offers. After a World Cup masterclass for Argentina, almost every top Premier League team wants a piece of the 24-year-old.
According to Hard Tackle, two London clubs, Arsenal and Chelsea, are preparing to compete for the World Cup-winning midfielder. MacAllister is valued at 30 million euros, but that is unlikely to be the prize he will leave the Armex stadium for; Brighton would prefer to get something worthy of the Argentines' World Cup brilliance.
MacAllister would undoubtedly be worth all of the millions demanded by the Seagulls, but the question is who would be willing to break the bank for him. Chelsea may use Potter to persuade him to join, but Arsenal's recent form could be the perfect bait for the midfielder, who has already scored five goals in 14 Premier League games.
According to Allarin, whoever lands MacAllister between Chelsea and Arsenal could be signing their own Andreas Iniesta. In a tweet on the 18th of December, the football fan tweeted, "Macallister moves sooo much like Messi. Reminds me of Iniesta."
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