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Liverpool have officially wrapped up a world-record move for Roma and Brazil goalkeeper Alisson.
The 25-year old has been linked with the Reds for quite some time and things really picked up in the last couple of days as a fee of £67 million was agreed with Roma for his services.
Then, it all happened very swiftly - Alisson flew in, signed his contract and passed his medical before Liverpool made the official announcement just now.
He becomes the club's fourth signing in what has been a very impressive window for the Champions League finalists thus far.
Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri have all been drafted in to dramatically improve Liverpool's midfield/attacking options but the arrival of Alisson, a complete goalkeeper and one of the best in the world, is easily their most important investment following Loris Karius' Champions League horror show and subsequent loss of confidence.
Liverpool have agreed a fee with AS Roma for Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson.
:open_hands: Stunning reaction saves
:ok_hand: Great positioning
:raised_hands: Top distribution
It's easy to see why Liverpool fans are excited about this one... pic.twitter.com/wdNB32mxK4
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) July 18, 2018
With a commanding goalkeeper as the backbone of the side, Jurgen Klopp's side look like serious challengers for the Premier League tile.
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