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Depay, Mac Allister & Bernardo Silva to stay at their respective clubs amid transfer interest

Let’s see some of the transfer news around the football world.


Mac Allister is in no rush to leave Brighton

Insisting that he is content at the club, Alexis Mac Allister has brushed down rumors that he would leave Brighton after returning as a World Cup champion.

On January 2, Mac Allister returned to Brighton to a chorus of cheers from his teammates after making a name for himself on the international stage and aiding Argentina in winning the 2022 World Cup.

His performances for Brighton and currently in Qatar have given rise to rumors tying him to a transfer away from the club, which he has denied.

Mac Allister stated to BBC Radio Sussex: “I feel incredibly pleased with this club, my squad, and everyone who works here.”

“I try not to read excessively. I frequently remark that I am really content here and am in no hurry to go. I’m concentrating on the club’s upcoming match.”

In a news conference, De Zerbi said, “I am glad if he wants to stay with us until the end of the season and I think it is best for him.”

“For us undoubtedly, but also for him, who at the moment may have trouble switching teams in January. both for him and for us.”

Bernardo Sliva makes admission over Man City future

Silva stayed at City despite being linked to a move to Barcelona all summer long, and he has once again been a key player for Pep Guardiola’s team this year.

He hasn’t ruled out the possibility of leaving the team to take on a new challenge, though, and he’ll talk about it at the end of the campaign.

In an interview with the Portuguese publication Record, Silva said, “I’m really focused on this season and it doesn’t make sense to talk about leaving because we’re in the middle of the season.”

He made a point to emphasize how much he has enjoyed his time at City and that his focus is still on winning trophies this year, but he also said: “I’m 28 years old, I’ll be 29 in the summer, and I have two more years left on my deal with Manchester City. At age 31, my contract would expire.”

“I won’t conceal the fact that if something positive occurs elsewhere, my goal for the foreseeable future is to switch to a new project.”

“I’m starting a new project at the age of 29, and I won’t likely complete this contract until I’m 34. What did you think ten years ago, if I were to ask you? At most 32 years old, I wanted to go back to Benfica.”

“How do I feel right now? It depends on what occurs throughout the summer. It’s not something I don’t think about. I won’t lie. I consider it every year. It’s been a target all along.”

Depay is prepared to run down the Barcelona contract

Out-of-favour Memphis Depay, a forward for Barcelona, will remain at the club through the winter with plans to leave on a free transfer in the summer.

Depay has no intention of leaving Barcelona this month, despite reports of interest from clubs all around Europe, according to SPORT.

The Dutchman intends to compete in the squad but wants to move on after the season. According to reports, Newcastle and Galatasaray both inquired last summer. Depay, however, declined both recommendations.

Depay has yet to play much under Xavi despite having a good start to his Barca career, netting 12 goals in his rookie year.

But even at age 28, with a track record of scoring goals, he can still make a difference for the team that signs him.


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