Liverpool make world-record £62million bid for Roma goalkeeper Alisson

Alisson

Alisson

However, Liverpool are now in pole position and the Express are citing a report from Gianluca Di Marzio that claims Alisson has already held talks with Klopp about a move to Anfield this summer.

Gianluca Di Marzio has reported that the Brazilian goalkeeper is closing in on a move from Roma to Liverpool.

Monchi, the Director of Sport at the Italian outfit, said recently that Roma don't need to sell to balance the books but such a big offer, a world receord fee for a goalkeeper, would be a windfall which any club would find hard to resist.

It seems Chelsea will not be backing down without a fight, as Liverpool close in on a deal to sign Alisson from AS Roma.

Alisson is the number one choice for the Brazil National team and played in every game for Brazil at the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Syrians approach Israeli frontier as Assad assault closes in
Regime forces have retaken the area of Mashara, Abdel Rahman added. "And we get along in Syria too", Trump said. Aid was also delivered to four other areas of Daraa earlier in the week, SARC said.

Chelsea, however, have also been perennially linked with a move for Alisson, who could be regarded as a contingency plan if Thibaut Courtois does indeed complete a summer switch to Real Madrid.

According to the same story, the charismatic German head coach has concerns and doubts about Liverpool FC trio Danny Ings, Divock Origi and Daniel Sturridge ahead of the new Premier League campaign.

The 25-year-old has been at Roma for two years after starting his career at Brazilian side Internacional.

The goalkeeping curse of Loris Karius extended into the World Cup, with howlers from both David de Gea in the group stages and Hugo Lloris in the World Cup final also coming under the spotlight.

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