McAllister vows to continue the No. 10 Liverpool boldly.

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Alexis McAllister The Red Label midfielder officially debuts as the first new signing in the football summer of 2023. Joining the No 10 shirt. Which has been vacant since Sadio Mane’s departure.

A club statement said the transfer fee for the 24-year-old from Brighton was undisclosed over a long-term commitment.

Sky Sports reports that the fee is guaranteed at £35m. With a rise of up to £55m based on performance and success. The contract is binding until June 2028. 

Opening speech via ‘LFC TV’ 

“It feels great. is a dream come true It’s cool to be here. And can’t wait to get start with the team.”

“I wanted to be here from the first day of pre-season. So it’s good that everything is done. Looking forward to meeting the new teammates.” 

“It’s been a great year for me. both world cup champions. And what we achieved at Brighton. But now it’s time to think about Liverpool trying to be a better footballer. And become a better person every day.”

“Since winning the World Cup, it implied that I want to win more. And I think Liverpool FC will help me to do that. That was the goal.” UFABET

“So when you’re at a big club like this. You have to win championships. And that’s what I want.

“Because from the touch I can see how big this club is. The players we have, the staff and everyone, I’m very pleased and I’m looking forward to playing for Liverpool.

“Choose the jersey number #10 In fact, it had no special intention. You already know how important this number is to world football.” 

“Honestly, I could have picked #8, which is the big number for this club. Because Steven Gerrard used to.” 

“But still choose number 10 Because he was familiar with playing in Argentina, Brighton used this number. Including the Argentina U-23 national team as well. 

“ Quite a favorite number. That’s why I chose Liverpool .”   

McAllister becomes Liverpool ‘s seventh Argentine. 

Following  Maxi Rodriguez , Sebastian Leto , Javier Mascherano and  Meliano Insua and Mauricio Pellegrino.