Liverpool 'offer £62m for Alisson'

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Roma's European dream died as they were beaten by Liverpool in the last four of the competition and it appears Klopp is now eyeing up a move to bring 25-year-old keeper Alisson to Anfield.

Karius has been under scrutiny since giving away two goals in Liverpool's 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in May's Champions League final, although it was later found he had been suffering from concussion.

Now, however, with a world record bid being launched for Allison, it looks as though Klopp will have one of the strongest sides in England at his disposal.

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Chelsea, however, have also been perennially linked with a move for Alisson, who could be regarded as a contingency plan if Thibaut Courtois does indeed complete a summer switch to Real Madrid.

The Reds are believed to have submitted a world-record bid for the Brazilian global as they look to finally remedy their long-standing goalkeeping woes.

Liverpool reportedly decide to make a bid in the region of £62m for Roma goalkeeper Alisson.

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It was said that the 25-year-old is keen to join the Reds, despite interest from Chelsea.

Alisson was between the sticks for Brazil in the recent World Cup in Russian Federation where he played all five games, keeping three clean sheets.

Jurgen Klopp has insisted that he is ready to stick with Loris Karius ahead of the new campaign.

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At Roma, there's a confidence Liverpool will eventually meet their €70m valuation for Alisson before the Premier League transfer window shuts next month.

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