Liverpool looking to sign Alisson as Karius replacement

Liverpool looking to sign Alisson as Karius replacement

- Liverpool have made their intentions known to sign Alisson

- The Roma keeper is Brazil's number one at the moment

- Alisson has also been heavily linked with Real Madrid

English side Liverpool have started making preparations for next season as they seek to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker.

Loris Karius was dreadful in the Champions League final loss to Real Madrid as the German international gave away two cheap goals to Los Blancos.

The Anfield giants are taking no chances as they have already signed Monaco defender Fabinho for £44m on Monday, May, 28.

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Alisson has been heavily linked with a number o heavyweight clubs in Europe and Real Madrid have been the team lurking for the signature of the Brazilian.

The goalkeeper keeper has kept a high profile for both club and country as he has been the Selecao's number one despite the rising profile of Manchester City's Ederson.

The Reds finished fourth in the Premier League with a guaranteed place in next season's Champions League.

Star man Mohammed Salah who got injured in the final has been surrounded with rumours linking him with Madrid.

With just 12 days into the transfer window the Merseyside club will be doing everything they can to keep the Egyptian who bagged 44 goals last campaign.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported the classical final match between Liverpool and Real Madrid as the Spainish club won by 3-1.

Karim Benzema scored the first goal in an unlikely fashion as Karius gifted an unusual goal, but Sadio Mane equalized moments later.

Then it was the spectacular over-head kick by Gareth Bale that put the defending champions back into the lead.

Another hauler from Karius put the lead beyond doubt as Real were crowned champions for the 13th time.

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