Liverpool target, Alisson, has been linked with a move to Anfield and reports suggest that he has agreed a move to join the Merseysiders.
According to TMW, Liverpool are working harder and harder to secure the signature of the 25-year-old goal keeper after making an offer worth 65 million euros for him.
It is further mentioned (TMW) that Alisson, who is also tracked by teams like Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, has overall agreed a move to Liverpool but he seemingly wants to make the final decision after the World Cup.
The €80million rated (The Sun) South American goalie had a fantastic campaign with Roma last term. The Giallorossi made it into the last four of the European Cup for the first time since the 1983/84 season and eventually lost to Liverpool.
Alisson has been fantastic for the senior national side as well. In 16 World Cup qualification games for Brazil, he only conceded 9 goals and kept 9 clean sheets. Overall, he has played 26 times for the Selecao and will most likely start in the WC opener vs Switzerland.
Liverpool must not go into the new season with average goal keepers like Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius, hence, Klopp must splash the cash to sign a quality shot stopper this summer and capturing someone as good as Alisson will be fantastic for the Reds.
We shall see how the transfer saga unfolds in the coming days.