Manchester United hopes to sign 2 brighton midfielders

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Manchester United hopes to sign 2 brighton midfielders to strengthen the battle next season.

Manchester United are reportedly eyeing the possibility of signing Brighton and Hove midfieldersand Moises Caicedo Albion to strengthen the army this summer.

“The Telegraph”, the leading media in the city of the elite, spread the news that Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag needs at least one new midfielder to add depth to the “Red Devils” to fight the season. Page, with the names of Mac Allister and Caicedo among those of interest.

after winning the 2022 World Cup with Argentina At the end of last year, 24-year-old Mack Allister continued to show great form. While 21-year-old Caicedo continued to perform impressively as before. Despite missing the move to join the Arsenal team in January the past.

However, both Mac Allister and Caicedo contracted to Brighton until 2026 and 2028 respectively, so the “Seagulls  can demand a reasonable fee. Which could cost Manchester United an amount. Quite enormous

As for Mac Allister and Caicedo, not only have link with Manchester United. They have also link with Chelsea , Arsenal and Liverpool.

Confidence from club level

Alexis McAllister always say Argentina is the best because of Lionel Messi, that’s because if you look back before There was almost no way he could step up and play alongside the legendary No.10 in blue and white. 

Because not only did McAllister suddenly step up to the real starting point in Argentina. He himself was just a big step forward for Brighton. Until becoming the main body of the club at the beginning of this year. 

So it’s almost impossible for you to imagine that. How will McAllister be part of the World Cup-winning Argentina national team? If you go back a year ago 

But fortunately, before traveling to Qatar McAllister’s form is excellent. and ready to turn every opportunity into an important moment in life That’s why he played his best every time he got a chance at the 2022 World Cup.