Alison Becker stunned Liverpool fans by making an announcement on social media about joining Liverpool as their new goalkeeper.
The reds are reported to have placed a total bid of just under €70M (£62M) for the services of AS Roma, and Brazil's, keeper Alisson Becker. Real Madrid, another possible suitor, have yet to make contact with Roma.
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The current Liverpool bid, when converted to euros, is 70 million ($81 million), and that is 17 million more than what Juventus paid Parma to acquire Gianluigi Buffon in 2001; the current goalie record.
Should the Brazilian worldwide make the move to the Premier League he would overtake Italian Gianluigi Buffon as the most expensive goalkeeper of all time.
After making such a statement with their offer, it is unlikely Liverpool will be put off by the asking price.
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Karius has started pre-season between the sticks but according to the Liverpool Echo, the Merseyside giants have made their move in the race for the Roma stopper.
Chelsea are also interested in the 25-year-old, who may eventually have his choice of Premier League clubs. Jurgen Klopp encourages his keeper to swiftly move on possession, and Alisson has the ability to add an extra dimension to Liverpool's swift attacking movement with his impressive mid to long range deliveries.
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