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Arsenal football club register interest in signing 23-year-old World Cup star Alexis Mac Allister

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Without much doubts, Arsenal football club will most definitely remain keen on improving their current squad by signing new players when the transfer window opens next year.

The North London club were one of the most active Premier League clubs during the summer transfer window as they completed the signings of several first-team players.

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And that has quite worked out well for Arsenal football club so far as they are currently occupying the first position on the Premier League table under manager Mikel Arteta.

However, Arsenal football club are on the lookout for midfield reinforcements and have been linked with a transfer move for young Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister.

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The 23-year-old Argentina International, who signed up for Brighton after departing Argentinos Juniors back in 2019 has been an important member of the first-team squad.

The highly-rated central midfielder has been very influential for both club and country so far this 2022/2023 season, having scored six goals and created one assist in 20 matches.

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His impressive performances which eventually won the FIFA World Cup for Argentina some days ago has caught the attention of Arsenal and according to reports from The Sun, the Gunners are keen on signing him.

The reports further claimed that Arsenal are really interested on Alexis Mac Allister and have now joined the likes of Tottenham Hotspur in the race to sign him when the transfer window opens.

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It is believed that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta wants to refreshen his midfield options and he has now identified Alexis Mac Allister as a needed addition to his squad next year.

But then, it remains to be seen if Arsenal football club will be capable of convincing the young central midfielder to leave Brighton and move to the Emirates Stadium when the window opens.

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