Liverpool Agree Record Breaking Fee To Sign Goalkeeper Alisson

Liverpool Agree Record Breaking Fee To Sign Goalkeeper Alisson

Liverpool Agree Record Breaking Fee To Sign Goalkeeper Alisson

Liverpool have signed the goalkeeper Alisson for a world-record fee of €75m (£66.9m), subject to a medical.

Liverpool made an initial offer last term £53M, with significant add-ons included, which was rejected by the Serie A outfit.

That gave Liverpool permission to hold discussions with the Brazil global and according to Sky in Italy, personal terms have already been agreed between both parties. Reports emerged of the fee being accepted on Wednesday morning, and by Wednesday afternoon it appears all details have been agreed with now just the medical to be completed - reportedly set for Saturday. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp initially backed Karius but sources told ESPN FC that Danny Ward had a realistic chance of securing the Liverpool No. 1 jersey.

Liverpool have bolstered their midfield with the signing of Fabinho and the arrival of Naby Keita, whilst Xherdan Shaqiri has added depth out wide following his move from Stoke City.

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Liverpool's concern is that Chelsea may also become involved in the bidding for Alisson if their own goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois eventually leaves Stamford Bridge for Real Madrid.

He's renowned for being a sweeper keeper and now a fascinating video has emerged showing just how good the Brazil global is when it comes to distribution.

Alisson featured for Roma against Liverpool in the Champions League semi-finals last season, unable to prevent the Italian club from losing 7-6 on aggregate. He woul play a catalytic role in Liverpool's mission to dethrone Manchester City as Premier league champions for the upcoming season.

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