Supported by Qatar finance, Man United preparing make bid for ‘Messi’s treasure’

Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are all tracking the same player.


According to reports, Manchester United executives have mulled over the possibility of signing Alexis Mac Allister, a quality player for Brighton. The 24-year-old has been a standout for his club team in the Premier League this season and was a key contributor to Argentina’s World Cup victory in Qatar in 2018.



United has experienced a turnaround in their fortunes under Erik ten Hag this season, and the club currently sits in third place in the Premier League table, giving them a good chance of qualifying for the Champions League in the upcoming season. Since taking over as manager, Ten Hag has already invested significant sums of money to acquire a large number of players. But, he plans to return to the transfer market in the summer in order to develop a team that is capable of contending for further trophies the following time around.


According to CBS Sports, the Red Devils have reportedly had discussions on the possibility of signing Mac Allister. Nevertheless, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City are also worth keeping an eye on as the competition for the player’s signature heats up. Although his current contract at the AMEX Stadium has more than two years left on it, Brighton may be willing to let Mac Allister leave the club in exchange for a fee of £60 million.



During the World Cup, Argentina’s Mac Allister started six of his country’s seven matches, which contributed significantly to Argentina’s success. He scored a goal in the match against Poland that was part of the group stage, and then he assisted Angel Di Maria in the match that was part of the final.


In addition to this, the player’s teammate at Brighton, Adam Lallana, has mentioned the possibility that Lionel Messi admires Mac Allister. “When Lionel Messi drops deep and gets on the ball for Argentina, it is noticeable that one of his team-mates, in particular, will move forward from midfield and take up a position higher up the pitch,” the former Liverpool star said during the World Cup. “When Lionel Messi drops deep and gets on the ball for Argentina, it is noticeable that one of his team-mates will move forward from midfield and take up a position higher up the pitch



“In a similar fashion, when Messi rises high, the opposing player will offset that by falling back. They have a connection while they are on the field, they are on the same wavelength, and Messi is content to throw him the ball because he is confident that he will receive it back. The guy is Alexis Mac Allister, who also happens to be my teammate at Brighton & Hove Albion, and the faith of Messi is without a doubt one of the greatest honors one can receive in football. That is the highest possible expression of respect.


When it comes to selecting his next club this summer, Mac Allister won’t be lacking for choices by any stretch of the imagination. In addition, if United are successful in their pursuit of the star player, he might give Ten Hag’s squad the offҽnsive spark and expertise in high-stakes games that they require in order to fully re-engage in the race for the Premier League championship.


“A captain in waiting” – Man United legend names his next captain for Ten Hag’s team

At the weekend, Erik ten Hag’s team was defeated by their rivals Liverpool by a score of 7-0. During the second half of the match, United’s captain on the day, Bruno Fernandes, had a breakdown as the Portuguese international clearly lost his composure during the match.


The midfielder was moaning to the referee, throwing himself to the ground readily, and throwing his hands up in the air at his teammates. More significantly, he did not pick up his squad and guide them through the storm.


After the game, Bruno Fernandes was called out for his poor performance in the second half by a number of commentators and journalists, including Gary Neville, who said the following on Sky Sports as reported by JOE: “Bruno Fernandes can wind you up sometimes because of the way he is, but that was appalling in the second half.”



During the broadcast, Roy Keane also commented, saying that “Fernandes’ body language today was nothing short of terrible.” A very brilliant young man, he is your captain, but his body language, flailing his arms, and not running back indicate that you would not be pleased to have him in your dressing room. Gary Pallister, a former defender for Manchester United, believes that Casemiro ought to succeed Fernandes as the club’s captain in light of both Fernandes’ performance at Anfield and the fαct that it is anticipated that Harry Maguire would leave the club in the summer.


Via Joe, the former Manchester United great shared his thoughts with Bettingsites.co.uk, saying, “I think Casemiro is a captain in waiting.” I believe that everyone has been impressed by the fαct that he has come in with the winning mindset that he brought with him from Real Madrid.


I don’t believe that they’ve had any leaders in recent times. During the time that I was a member of the club, we were blessed to have players such as Steve Bruce, Bryan Robson, Roy Keane, and Paul Ince among our ranks. These guys were fierce competitors out on the football field.


“Bruno and Harry Maguire are two examples of people who are not like that. I don’t believe that they have the same attitude as a warrior.”

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