Alexis MacAllister and Mason Mount are among players on Liverpool FC’s radar as they attempt to reinforce their midfield in the summer transfer window.

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Alexis MacAllister and Mason Mount are among players that Liverpool FC are respected to land in the summer

Liverpool FC reportedly held a talks recently, with speculation suggesting the club is interested in signing Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Alexis MacAllister.

The Reds, who missed out on the chance to recruit Jude Bellingham this summer, are making preparations for the future transfer window, although Jurgen Klopp‘s rebuilding is still in the works.

According to a report in The Daily Mail today, Liverpool FC is expected to speak with Mac Allister “soon” after also “hearing from” the agents of Dutch international Gravenberch.

Their article said: “Liverpool held a recruitment meeting last week in their Fitzrovia offices in London as they collate information on transfer targets.

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“Alexis Mac Allister is another on Liverpool’s list with talks expected soon. As one agent said: ‘BRIGHTON want bingo numbers for Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo this summer and we are not talking ‘two little ducks’.”

It was also suggested by the Mail that Bayern are “reluctant to lose Gravenberch and rejected approaches from other clubs in January but the 20-year-old Dutch midfielder is unhappy over his playing time.”

The same piece states there is “little evidence” Chelsea want to keep Conor Gallagher – who has also been linked with a move to Anfield. It is claimed that a Β£45m bid for Gallagher, from Everton, was accepted back in January but a move did not materialise.

The English international Mason Mount hasn’t shown any signs of extending his contract at Stamford Bridge, according to a report in the Guardian thus Liverpool is planning to speed up their efforts to sign him from Chelsea in the summer.

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