Before the summer transfer window, Argentine midfielder Alexis Mac Allister addressed his future amid interest from Chelsea and other Premier League clubs.
Before the start of the summer transfer window, Chelsea and other Premier League teams have expressed a serious interest in Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister, who has said he is “very calm” about his current situation.
The midfielder has had a standout season for both club and country. He helped Argentina win the World Cup before leading Brighton to Europa League qualification in the English Premier League with 10 goals and two assists.
Mac Allister has been strongly linked with Liverpool this summer as a statement signing to launch the team’s midfield makeover, but Stamford Bridge has remained in the mix as a potential destination given his uncertain future.
Regarding that, the person in question revealed to the Miami-based Argentine outlet Infobae that he is maintaining his composure in the lead-up to a crucial period in his career.
Because I also have the option of joining a club like Brighton, which has always been there for me and where I genuinely enjoy being, Mac Allister added, “I am relaxed.
“I will remain very happy at the club if I do not have to leave, but I am aware that there are possibilities (to move), and if a good offer comes in for the club and for me, we will evaluate it,” he added. I am conscious that I want my next team to be in the Premier League because I have no doubts that the Premier League is the best league to play in. I genuinely love being there.
The Seagulls player also disclosed his goals, which may have an impact on his choice of the ideal environment for him to progress.
“The goal is to keep getting better as a person and a player to win more titles,” he stated. Since I will always be the same person and want to improve each day, I believe that this is and always will be my short-term goal. As a result, I put a lot of emphasis on it. I won’t complain because I’m 24 years old, a world champion, play in one of the top leagues in the world, and I feel like my career is progressing, but I still want to get better and strive to become a better person and player every day. We’ll wait and see what the future holds.