‘What I have been told’ – Liverpool target would head to Man City in a heartbeat

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If Man City go on and win only the second ever treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League, it would be no surprise to see players or their agents putting themselves forward for a move to the Etihad Stadium.

Pep Guardiola has built the template for everyone else to follow with his side brushing aside many of their opponents in 2022/23 with ease.

Their way of playing is a real blueprint and mixes short, sharp passing carousels with pincer movements and elite-level finishing.

In short, there really isn’t a weakness in the City side and they’ve more than enough quality to come off the subs bench to boot.

They are a winning machine and it’s understandable why players would like to be part of that.

Alexis Mac Allister could leave Brighton for Liverpool

Liverpool could put themselves in that bracket a few seasons ago, but their drop off under Jurgen Klopp, particularly last season, has been remarkable.

The Reds need to buy players who are going to bring the level back up, and that’s perhaps why Klopp is hoping to make Brighton and Hove Albion’s Alexis Mac Allister the first man through the door this summer, per Football Insider.

Football journalist, Alex Crook, believes that the player would jump at the chance of moving to Man City, however.

“I was quite interested in the long embrace between Mac Allister and Guardiola,” he told Give Me Sport.

“I think he would jump at that chance because what I have been told all along is that the most important thing to Mac Allister is the coach that he’s going to be playing for, that stability.

“To be fair, Liverpool do also offer that with Klopp.”

Unfortunately for Pep Guardiola and his City side, this appears to be one transfer that’s got away.

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  1. Ridiculous article – blue print for success – you mean spend over £1bn, be able to and buy the best players, fantastic blueprint for success – pathetic!!!

    1. It’s quite reductive to suggest that City’s success has a sprawling fiscal layout as its predicate. City is 10th on the Net Spend list of the last five years in the Premiership, Liverpool is actually 9th on that list. Please do your due diligence, before embarking on the further spread of a false, grossly inaccurate, and nebulous narrative. Guardiola simply understands player Management, way better than Klopp, who is supposed to be his most formidable contender. That has made all the difference. Pep is BOSS with his Players, Klopp is “Daddy” and Friend! Go do a forensic analysis of Player Management at both Clubs, in the last couple of years, then you’ll understand. You’ll Never Walk Alone Mate 👍

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