“If Argentinian MF Tottenham comes, Bizuma will be in trouble”

When Alexis MacAllister comes along, Eve Bisuma’s position becomes obscure.

On the 11th (Korean time), Spain’s ‘Pichahes’ said, “Mac Allister showed impressive performance as an Argentine player at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Four European teams are watching Mac Allister. Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Tottenham Hots. McAllister can expand the use of Tottenham’s midfield and give it creativity.”

Mac Allister is an Argentine midfielder who came to prominence when he joined Brighton in 2019. Having gained experience while on loan at Boca Juniors, McAllister gradually established himself at Brighton. Mac Allister, who played as a bench resource, grew into a rotation member in the 2020-21 season. He developed into his main starter last season. He played 33 matches in the English Premier League (EPL) alone.

Director Graham Porter used Mac Allister in a variety of ways. His mobility and his excellent space guarding skills were a source of strength. He was in charge of the attack at Brighton and exerted his influence by consistently supplying sharp forward passes. There were times when he played as a third midfielder. He increased his value by actively going back and forth between his karate and offense. As he played, his skills improved. Following his stellar performances at Brighton, he was consistently picked by manager Lionel Scaloni. 토토

He was selected for the final roster for the World Cup in Qatar. He started out in midfield alongside Rodrigo De Paul and Enzo Fernandez. He appeared in 5 matches in the finals alone and even scored a goal. It was impressive how well he assisted Lionel Messi. Argentina will face France in the final. If they win, it will be the first time in 36 years since the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.

Regardless of whether he won or not, McAllister has already become a World Cup star. Tottenham wants to embrace Mac Allister, whose stock price has risen properly. Kevin Campbell, who played for Arsenal in the past, insisted on the 15th through the British ‘Football Insider’, “If Mac Allister wears a Tottenham uniform, Bisuma will be frustrated.” Bisuma is a midfielder from Brighton who came to Tottenham this summer.

Campbell said: “Mack Alister has been a huge midfield influence in this World Cup. He handles the ball well, he is intelligent and he runs a lot. If he signs with Tottenham, I think it will make life difficult for the non-Suma. The non-Suma has no place at Tottenham.” said.

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