Arsenal and Liverpool get a boost as Brighton tell Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo they can leave

Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo could be allowed to leave Brighton this summer.

It’s Roberto De Zerbi’s view that only happy players are kept at the club as they look to move on.


Both Caicedo and Mac Allister are attracting substantial interest from the Premier League’s biggest clubs.Credit: Getty
De Zerbi won't stand in the way of his stars if they decide to move on


De Zerbi won’t stand in the way of his stars if they decide to move onCredit: Getty

The Seagulls are gearing up for a busy summer as they prepare for the prospect of playing European football next season, but first they will need to ensure they keep hold of their star men.

Mac Allister is attracting huge interest this summer following his superb performances for club and country this term.

Liverpool have been heavily linked with a move for the World Cup winner, but talk of an agreed deal has been played down by club chief executive Paul Barber.

As for Caicedo, he has come under intense scrutiny following Arsenal’s high-profile pursuit of the star in January.

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Both the Gunners and Chelsea are said to be keen on a move, with De Zerbi suggesting this weekend could be the last game in a Brighton shirt for some of their stars, saying: “It can be.

“They may have the opportunity to change because they deserve to play at another level but now we can offer them the opportunity to play in Europe.

“Our level is higher now. I think that can help.

“The Europa Conference League is a great competition but everyone can see that the Europa is more important.

Mac Allister has been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool


Mac Allister has been heavily linked with a move to LiverpoolCredit: Getty

“I don’t know if they can change. They will have more motivation but they are very good guys.

“When I work for myself and my club, I always think for the players.

“Players have a career, a life and we can’t decide for them. I don’t know what Tony will decide but if they want to leave, it’s only right that they leave.


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