MX23RW : Monday, June 17 04:12:30| >> :120:5693:5693:

Liverpool midfielder 'has no plans to leave this summer'

Liverpool midfielder 'has no plans to leave this summer'
© Reuters
Liverpool midfielder Alexis Mac Allister reportedly has no plans to leave the club this summer, amid links to La Liga champions Real Madrid.

Liverpool's Alexis Mac Allister is reportedly not interested in leaving the Anfield club over the summer.

The 25-year-old joined the Reds on a permanent deal from fellow Premier League outfit Brighton & Hove Albion in the summer of 2023 for an initial £35m.

Mac Allister has hit the ground running on Merseyside, scoring five goals and providing five assists from 33 league appearances in his first campaign at the club.

The attacking midfielder is also a key player on the international stage, having represented Argentina 25 times and helping them to lift the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Since making the switch from the South coast last year, Mac Allister has made 46 competitive appearances for Liverpool, steering them towards an EFL Cup success in February.

Liverpool's Alexis Mac Allister and Luis Diaz look dejected after the match  on April 18, 2024© Reuters

Liverpool's Mac Allister 'has no plans to leave'

According to Football Insider, Liverpool's Mac Allister has decided his future ahead of this summer's Copa America and the 2024-25 domestic campaign.

The report claims that the Argentine has no intention of leaving the Anfield-based club, despite rumours from elsewhere suggesting otherwise.

It is understood that Mac Allister has a £60m release clause in his contract at Liverpool, one which many European clubs would be willing to trigger.

European giants Real Madrid are said to be keen on a move for the World Cup winner, despite Los Blancos already being set for a monstrous summer transfer window.

Amid interest from the Spanish giants, it is believed that Mac Allister wants to kick on in Liverpool and work well for incoming head coach Arne Slot.

Feyenoord coach Arne Slot on October 4, 2023© Reuters

Liverpool's campaign digested

For a large part of the season, it appeared as if Premier League fans would be treated to a rare three-way title race between the Reds, Manchester City and Arsenal.

The latter two stayed in the conversation for the English crown right until the final day, however Jurgen Klopp's side bowed out of the pursuit of glory in April.

Liverpool won just two of their six Premier League matches in the fourth month of 2024, recording losses to Crystal Palace and local rivals Everton at Anfield.

ID:544213:1false2false3false:QQ:: from db desktop :LenBod:collect3942:

Alexis Mac Allister future - Click here for more stories

Click here for more stories about Jurgen Klopp

Click here for more stories about Liverpool

Collect / Create New Data
Share this article now:
Feyenoord coach Arne Slot before the match on March 9, 2023
Read Next:
Liverpool star hints at Anfield stay after Arne Slot appointment
Sports Mole Logo
Enter your email address to subscribe to Sports Mole's free daily transfer newsletter! Sent twice a day during the transfer window.
rhs 2.0
Euro 2024 fixtures header
Monday, June 17
Tuesday, June 18
Wednesday, June 19
Thursday, June 20
Group Stage
Friday, June 21
Saturday, June 22
Sunday, June 23
Monday, June 24
Tuesday, June 25
Wednesday, June 26
Saturday, June 29
Sunday, June 30
Monday, July 1
Tuesday, July 2
Friday, July 5
Saturday, July 6
Tuesday, July 9
Wednesday, July 10
Sunday, July 14
Tables header RHS

Group A

1 Germany Germany11003
2 Switzerland Switzerland11003
3 Hungary Hungary10010
4 Scotland flag Scotland10010

Group B

1 Spain Spain11003
2 Italy Italy11003
3 Albania national flag Albania10010
4 Croatia Croatia10010

Group C

1 England flag England11003
2 Denmark Denmark10101
3 Slovenia Slovenia10101
4 Serbia Serbia10010

Group D

1 Netherlands Netherlands11003
2 Austria Austria00000
3 France France00000
4 Poland Poland10010

Group E

1 Belgium Belgium00000
2 Romania Romania00000
3 Slovakia Slovakia00000
4 Ukraine Ukraine00000

Group F

1 Czech Republic Czech Republic00000
2 Georgia Georgia00000
3 Portugal Portugal00000
4 Turkey Turkey00000

Sports Mole provides in-depth previews and predictions for every match from the biggest leagues and competitions in world football.
Argentina's Lionel Messi kisses the World Cup trophy after collecting the Golden Ball award on December 18, 2022Sign up for our FREE daily preview newsletter direct to your inbox!