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Brighton doesn’t want to sell Mac Allister, Caicedo in winter

Alexis Mac Allister. Credits: Twitter

Brighton CEO Paul Barber stated that they do not want to sell either Alexis Mac Allister or Moises Caicedo in winter.

Reports emerged that there are clubs interested in signing Mac Allister and Caicedo. Earlier, Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi stated that he would like to keep both players on the team.

Barber reiterated De Zerbi’s position and said that he would like to keep all players throughout the winter transfer window.

“In an ideal world our squad, which is as good as it has been for a long time, will remain intact through the whole of January, and we will go into the second half of the season as we are. The next 30-odd days are unpredictable, and we will deal with whatever comes in. But we are not offering anyone to anyone,” he told The Argus.

When asked whether Brighton got offers concerning Mac Allister and Caicedo, Barber replied: “No – and we don’t want any. We are quite happy as we are, certainly for as long as we can be. But we are also realistic.

“Alexis Mac Allister has just won a World Cup at 23 years of age and has had a fantastic season with us. We know there is going to be interest in Alexis.

“We know Moises Caicedo is one of the top talents. This is normal, this is the world we wanted to operate in and this is the world we are operating in. We can’t be surprised when there is interest and at some point, we have to accept that these players will go on to play at an even higher level than ours.

“But, at the moment, we are going well. We are looking forward to the rest of the season and we want to try and keep our group together.”

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