Liverpool agree Alisson fee with Roma set for talks with Brazil goalkeeper

Liverpool agree Alisson fee with Roma set for talks with Brazil goalkeeper

Chelsea have also been linked with former goalkeeper Petr Cech and Kasper Schmeichel - who has also been on Liverpool's radar, as well as Stoke's England keeper Jack Butland.

"I am not 100 per cent sure but maybe it is the first year we don't sell a key player", he said to journalists, per Goal.com. We'll see how it goes at the end of the season.

"The a year ago and a half has been like a movie and I'm now fulfilling the dream of wearing the shirt of the biggest club in the world, that of Real Madrid".

Liverpool have agreed to meet Roma's valuation for the first-choice Brazil global, who kept 17 clean sheets in 37 Serie A games last season.

His advent over the last 12 months has kicked up a storm in the transfer market, with several clubs looking for a top class goalkeeper this summer.

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Liverpool Twitter was an absolute riot on Wednesday as it emerged via multiple highly reliable news outlets and journalists that the Reds had agree on a fee with Roma for the transfer of Alisson.

Alisson spoke in the video, saying: 'Greetings to Roma fans.

'I came here to build a strong team, not just for one year but for many years to come - and I'm 100% sure that will be the case'.

"But they know we need the quality and they know that if we win something here then we will win it with 25 players".

The Brazil global, who featured at the World Cup in Russian Federation earlier this summer, made 49 appearances for Roma last season. He spent the first season as Wojciech Szczesny's back-up and did not play a league game. "We have a great team, a great squad that is going to be reinforced with great players". In terms of football, we are in a good way but not where we want to be.

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