Liverpool Transfer News: Brighton’s De Zerbi hints LFC target will leave

1493000668 scaled

Liverpool Transfer News (May 28) – Today’s Liverpool transfer news features an update on Alexis Mac Allister’s future and departing Firmino could join UCL rivals

For more Liverpool transfer news, click here.

Liverpool Transfer News – Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi admits Alexis Mac Allister is likely leaving the club

After a 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa, an emotional Alexis Mac Allister clapped the away fans, giving appreciation for his time on the south coast. In ...-match availability, Roberto De Zerbi spoke about what players could leave this summer.

“Yes, I think it can be the last game for Alexis and Moises Caicedo. I am really sorry because they are two great people and two great players but the policy of Brighton is like this. It is right that they can leave, they can play at higher level.” [Source]

It seems just a matter of time before Liverpool close-in on the signing of Alexis Mac Allister.

Liverpool Transfer News – Young academy talent will leave for around £1 Million

As reported by The Athletic, 2006-born winger Elijah Gift is set to depart Liverpool’s academy this summer. Gift is expected to join Athletic Bilbao’s academy, with a deal reportedly in an advanced stage. According to The Athletic’s James Pearce, Liverpool did not want to lose Gift but the £1M offer was enough for the club to take the hit. Originally from Spain, Gift joined Liverpool in 2019 from Huddersfield Town’s academy. As some may know, Athletic Bilbao has a policy of signing players only from Basque County, where Gift was born.

Liverpool Transfer News – Club legend Roberto Firmino could join Real Madrid on a free

Roberto Firmino will leave Liverpool as was already confirmed by the club. Fabrizio Romano is now reporting that the departing Firmino is a name being considered by Spanish giants Real Madrid. They have yet to make contact with Firmino but he is part of a shortlist of strikers they are considering signing. While Liverpool will not receive any sort of fee or compensation, it will still be a situation that many Liverpool fans will watch closely. Real Madrid knocked Liverpool out of this year’s Champions League, in the round of 16.