Sport Liverpool reportedly make €60m offer for Alisson

12:31  12 july  2018
12:31  12 july  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Liverpool to make Alisson bid this week

  Liverpool to make Alisson bid this week Reports in the Daily Mirror suggest Jurgen Klopp is readying a bid for Roma’s Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson. Alisson has been a long-term target for Liverpool and Klopp is set to step up his pursuit of the 25-year-old. If Alisson is to arrive on Merseyside, it would more than likely spell the end of Loris Karius’ time at Anfield. The German made those two errors, although it was later established he had suffered a concussion in the Champions League final and the goalkeeper has done nothing to appease Liverpool fans by dropping another howler in a pre-season friendly against Tranmere. There was speculation that Danny Ward would be given a chance to stake his claim for first-choice goalkeeper but it looks as though Alisson will be the man in between the sticks if Jurgen Klopp gets his way. Liverpool are yet to make a formal offer for Alisson and face competition from Real Madrid and Chelsea, who see Alisson as Thibaut Courtois’ replacement should he leave the Bridge this summer. Roma value Alisson at €70 million (£62 million) and if Liverpool are to challenge for silverware this summer, they need a reliable man in goal to make the difference when it matters most. Alisson would put a lot faith into Liverpool fans, something Loris Karius has lost.

Liverpool have reportedly submitted a contract offer to the entourage of Roma goalkeeper Alisson in a bid to beat their rivals to a transfer. Ousmane Dembele decision made amid Liverpool link.

Liverpool made a statement of intent with the purchase of Fabinho from Monaco for £44million on Monday and are looking to follow that up with a deal for Roma goalkeeper Alisson . JORDAN SEWARD: Juventus have reportedly offered Gonzalo Higuain plus £ Liverpool also in for Alisson ?

Liverpool have made an offer of €60m, plus €5m in add-ons, for Roma goalkeeper Alisson, according to a report from Italian news outlet Gazzetta.

According to the report, Roma are still holding out for around €70m for the Brazilian international and they feel that with Chelsea and Real Madrid also having an interest in him, they will be able to find a club willing to meet their asking price.

Gazzetta reports that Madrid would still be Alisson’s preferred destination, but there is no clear indication that the reigning European champions are willing to make an official offer any time soon.

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The 25-year-old is currently resting after representing his country at the World Cup but his representatives are working hard behind the scenes, ensuring that all options regarding his future are kept open.

Liverpool deny making bid for Roma's Alisson

  Liverpool deny making bid for Roma's Alisson Reports from in Italy have claimed that Liverpool had made a bid of €60m for Roma goalkeeper Alisson but the Liverpool Echo say that the Reds have made no such offer. As reported by Ian Doyle, Liverpool’s stance regarding Alisson has not changed and the Reds have no plans to make an offer for the goalkeeper, despite having a long-standing interest in him. A combination of Roma’s asking price and Alisson’s preference to move to Real Madrid have seemingly led to Liverpool deciding that a push to sign the Brazilian number one would be a futile exercise. With Simon Mignolet set to depart this summer and with Loris Karius’ confidence shattered after the Champions League final, Liverpool are expected to bring in a new shot-stopper but, at this moment in time, it seems like that it won’t be Alisson. As it stands, Karius will start the season as Liverpool’s number one, but there is still time for that to chance.

Liverpool to take advantage of Roma's financial issues and tempt them with £ 60 m for goalkeeper Alisson . The Italians are on a stronger financial footing now, having reached the semi-finals of the Champions League, but they will again be vulnerable to big offers for key players - it is why they

Liverpool are reportedly ready to step up their pursuit of Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker. Despite the speculation, Roma's director of football Monchi recently said there have been no offers for Alisson yet, per Football Italia.

Publicly, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has backed Loris Karius to be his number one goalkeeper next season but his latest blunder, in a pre-season friendly with Tranmere, has caused widespread concern amongst the fan base.

Even before Karius’ nightmare performance in the Champions League Final, Liverpool were looking at goalkeepers so it still seems likely that a new shot-stopper will be brought in before the start of the season.

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Liverpool lodge bid to sign Alisson from Roma .
Liverpool have reportedly made the first move in their attempts to sign Alisson from Roma. Il Romanista claims that the Reds have lodged an official bid to sign the Brazilian this summer. Liverpool have held an interest in the player for some time but they’re now stepping up their pursuit, with Chelsea also keen. Sporting director Monchi has reportedly held talks with both clubs over the weekend, with the Brazilian closing in on a move to the Premier League. Both Liverpool and Chelsea are in the market for goalkeepers this summer. The Reds are looking to upgrade on Loris Karius, while Chelsea face the prospect of losing Thibaut Courtois. Chelsea had been named as favourites to land the player, but it now appears that Liverpool could be leading the race. Jurgen Klopp had made the Brazilian his number one goalkeeping target this summer, despite suggestions he would not sign a new number one.

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