Alisson, 25, has been heavily linked with a move away from the Italian capital after enjoying a formidable campaign between the sticks for the Giallorossi.
Alisson is now under contract with Roma until 2021, but it's known that he wants to leave to a bigger club despite a brilliant season for the Serie A side in which he played a vital role in them reaching the Champions League semi-final.
Although he wasn't tested very much despite the Swiss scoring, the Roma goalkeeper's talent for making unreal saves in key moments is well known and given his incredible £80 million price tag, it will take a hefty bid to sign him this summer.
UK Government to review medicinal use of cannabis
Cannabis is now a Class B drug, meaning anyone caught in possession could be handed up to a five-year prison sentence. She demanded a meeting with the Home Secretary and the Health Secretary "within 24 hours".
The La Liga giant is expected to make a first offer of €50 million for the Brazilian, with Sky Sports reporting that the player's personal terms are already agreed in principle. "He is someone they have looked at".
"They were interested", O'Connor told the Transfer Talk podcast. I would love Alisson at Liverpool. It's not going to happen so why bother?
17 dead in Caracas club stampede sparked by tear gas, says official
Police have detained 7 people, including the club's owner and the person who set off the tear gas canister. Most of the injured were being treated at nearby hospitals, and one minor was in serious condition.
Liverpool FC signed Belgian goalkeeper Simon Mignolet in a £9m deal from Sunderland in the 2013 summer transfer window under Brendan Rodgers.
However, it appears Liverpool have cooled their interest in the goalkeeper.
The Reds brought in Karius in a £4.7m switch from Bundesliga outfit Mainz 05 in 2016 to challenge Mignolet for the starting berth at the Anfield outfit.
England smashes ODI world record against Australia
Australia have won the toss at Trent Bridge in an ODI they must win to keep the series alive. New Zealand women's 490/4 against Ireland few days ago is still the highest in all ODIs.