Alisson was born in Brazil and joined Internazionale as a teenager before moving to Roma in 2015. He became one of Europe's hottest young keepers after helping his new club reach the Champions League final last season.
The 24-year-old has been linked with moves to Manchester United and Real Madrid, but he has now signed a contract extension at Inter until
Alisson has been linked with moves away from Roma since the summer transfer window opened. However, he has also attracted interest from Chelsea and Barcelona.
The Brazilian goalkeeper has been one of the best players in Serie A this season, helping his side reach the Champions League final. He has also won the Italian Super Cup and Coppa Italia.
It seems as though Alisson will join Liverpool after all. According to Sky Sports News, the Reds have made an official bid for the Brazilian international.
The move would be a huge coup for Jurgen Klopp and his squad. However, there has been some doubt surrounding whether Alisson will leave Roma. The goalkeeper has been linked with several clubs, including Manchester City, Chelsea, and Real Madrid.
With Alisson joining the club, Klopp has a number of options at his disposal when it comes to goalkeeping. He could use him as a back up to Loris Karius, who was recently ruled out with a broken hand. Alternatively, he could play him alongside Simon Mignolet, who is currently injured.
The Liverpool manager has been linked with Roma goalkeeper Alisson since last year, but now that he has signed for the Reds, there are many questions surrounding his future. Will he be used as a backup to Loris Karius? Or will he replace him altogether? If he does take over from Karius, what will happen to Simon Mignolet?
It seems unlikely that both players will join the Reds. However, there is no reason why they couldn’t sign one player and loan the other. This would allow them to keep their first choice goalkeeper while giving them some cover should anything happen to Mignolet.
The two clubs have been linked since the summer transfer window opened. Liverpool were keen to bring in Alisson from Roma, but he signed for £66 million ($85.6 million) at
Chelsea instead. That left Jürgen Klopp with a dilemma: who should be his No. 1 keeper? He could either go back to Simon Mignolet, who has had a disappointing season, or turn to Loris Karius, who has never really established himself as a top-class goalkeeper.