Alexis Mac Allister has said goodbye to Brighton following his move to Liverpool.
The Argentine World Cup winner has completed a £35million move to Anfield which could rise to £55m in add-ons.
Departing the AmEx four years after signing, he said he’d always support the club.
Writing on Instagram, he said: “It’s time to say goodbye to the club that opened the doors for me and gave me such amazing moments. I never thought I was going to live what I have lived in these 3 and a half years, but this club gave me that opportunity and I’ll be forever grateful.
“First of all, I’d like to thank every person who was part in this journey, Tony Bloom, Paul Barber and managers, Graham and Roberto with all their staff; and most importantly, the players, so beautiful memories and so much learnt from them! And everybody who works at the club, who are the least seen but who work the hardest, so we can enjoy everyday, and the team can achieve big goals.
“Finally, a special mention to all the fans, your support and respect during this time have been incredible. As well as your welcome after the World Cup, I will never forget it!
“I don’t have any doubts that this team is going to achieve many important things, because they have the football skills and human quality to do it.
“I’ll always watch you and support you (except when I play against you)
“THANKS A LOT SEAGULLS! You will always have a special place in my heart!”