Juventus>World Cup Champion MF’s 87 billion price tag…the lead in the recruitment race
Juventus is willing to pay a transfer fee of 65 million euros.
“Brighton & Hove Albion is asking for 65 million euros for Alexis McAllister,” Spanish media ‘Todopichahes’ reported on the 29th.
McAllister rose to stardom through the 2022 FIFA Qatar World Cup. Argentina’s main striker helped the team win by scoring one goal and one assist in six games.
In particular, his performance in the final was outstanding. McAllister, who started as a 4-3-3 midfielder, showed his best move throughout the game, scoring Angel Di Maria.
His performance in the World Cup has spread to rumors of a transfer. Not only Juventus, but also European clubs such as Atletico Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur sent love calls in unison.
Juventus is the leading team in the recruitment race. Juventuss are reportedly willing to pay the 65 million euros transfer fee Brighton is demanding.
On the other hand, Atletico is evaluating Brighton’s demand as unrealistic. “Atletico will not be able to recruit Mac Allister unless they come up with an offer on par with Juventus,” the media said.
Please refer to the team history below.
Juventus Football Club S.p.A. is a football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. Juventus means youth in Latin, and is shortened to Juve. It was Italy’s third oldest football club, and was in Serie A, the first division, all the time except for the 2006–07 season.
In Turin, where it is based, it is competing with Turin FC. And the game between the two clubs is called the Turin Derby.
In the late 1990s, he was recognized as one of the top clubs in the world, finishing second to Real Madrid, the No. 1 international federation of football history & statistics (IFFHS) in the 20th century.
He holds the record of winning the most Serie A titles (36 times) and the top spot in the Italian club rankings.