The most boring guy in the world’: Alexis Mac Allister makes her feelings towards the Liverpool defender clear

Alexis Mac Allister called his Liverpool teammate Konstantinos Tsimikas the “most boring guy in the world” on Instagram.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are in fine form after beating Wolves 3-1 in Saturday’s kick-off, with Alexis Mac Allister starting the match.

The World Cup-winning star was substituted at half-time with Liverpool trailing 1-0 before the away team staged another away comeback.

This means the Reds are unbeaten after five games and sit third in the Premier League table. Two points behind leaders Manchester City, who, unsurprisingly, have had a 100 percent start to the season.

Nonetheless, Mac Allister and Konstantinos Tsimikas seemed to enjoy teaming up together in their free time, or so it seems.

The former Brighton star hilariously mocked his new teammate on his Instagram story with the following caption, which Tsimikas only responded to with laughing emojis on his own IG story.

A number of big players left Liverpool this summer, from captain Jordan Henderson to famous Brazilian star Roberto Firmino.

This means a refresh of the team and a change in the culture and cohesion of the team. It must be rebuilt.

And so far the signs are very positive, because as Liverpool fans know well, if they want to be successful again, they thrive on that emotion on the pitch.

Club president works to stop Liverpool signing ‘unstoppable’ player

The Athletic Club president says he is working to tie Nico Williams down to a new contract amid reports Liverpool are interested in the striker.

Speaking to Marca, Jon Uriarte revealed that discussions are ongoing between Athletic and Williams to extend the striker’s current contract, which expires at the end of this season.

The 21-year-old is described as ‘unstoppable’ by Mundo Deportivo and is considered by many to be one of Europe’s most exciting talents, and Liverpool could be an ideal destination for Williams.

Mohamed Salah’s uncertain future at Anfield makes the Athletic youngster a key target for Liverpool if the Egyptian superstar leaves in 2024.

However, Athletic are now taking steps to prevent Williams from leaving, with the club president now confirming talks are underway with the striker.

Uriarte said: “Nico, like his family, Inaki, his mother and others are very happy in Bilbao.

They love Athletic and they love our project. We are working with both parties to ensure he can stay.

Williams’ loyalty to Athletic is easy to understand, with the La Liga giants providing a platform for the striker to succeed and become one of the most exciting young players in Europe.

But it could be easy for Liverpool to convince the striker to leave the Basque Country for Merseyside, especially if there is a prospect of replacing Salah.

As we know, the Reds are clearly interested in the striker and Williams could be convinced by the prospect of leaving Atheltic if Liverpool made an offer.

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