Brazilian media claim £57m Liverpool bid for Alisson


They have been linked with the Brazil worldwide Alisson for much of 2018, even though the keeper didn't really impressed in the Champions League semi-final between the two last season.

This week, the Brazilian star revealed he hoped to have his future plans resolved before the start of the 2018 World Cup.

'I believe and I hope that everything will be resolved before the start of the World Cup, ' he said following Brazil's 3-0 friendly win over Austria on Sunday.

"If it's not before the first game, it will be after the World Cup, that's my thinking 100 percent", Alisson continued.

"There are options that we are working on, together with Roma and with respect for my club", he told Globoesporte.

'To be honest, I left everything in the hands of my agents.

Nabil Fekir
GETTY Nabil Fekir to Liverpool fell through after an announcement from Lyon

Alisson wants any deal to be wrapped up before the World Cup, so he can remain as focussed as possible during the tournament. "We'll see if something happens during this week".

Despite the transfer speculation, Alisson could yet sign a contract extension with Roma.

Liverpool will be even more willing to make a move for Alisson this summer after their proposed deal with Lyon's Nabil Fekir fell through.

"He's a goalkeeper who gives you tranquillity and I'm truly delighted about him".

Liverpool told Roma earlier this year not to expect a bid from them this summer and Doyle says that this has not changed. "He's very happy at Roma - truly very, very happy".

"Alisson can be amongst the best in the world, alongside Courtois, De Gea and [Manuel] Neuer".

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