Alisson’s valuation has skyrocketed over the past few months and Roma are ready to talk to anyone who is prepared to offer around £70m for their star shot-stopper. Real Madrid are also hot on the heels of the Merseyside club and according to sources close to Anfield, manager Jurgen Klopp is now looking at a potentially much cheaper option.


Indykaila understands that Burnley and England keeper Nick Pope is the man that now tops the German’s wish list. The 26-year-old has a contract at Turf Moor until 2020, but reports suggest that the Clarets would be prepared to sell for a figure in the region of £15m – a fee that Klopp feels represents much better value for money.

England v Costa Rica - International Friendly

It’s understood that talks between the two parties have already taken place, but now Pope’s attention will turn to the World Cup, where he may still have a role to play in Gareth Southgate’s side in Russia over the next month.


Earlier this week, Brazilian number one Alisson Becker told a packed press conference that he was flattered by the interest from some of Europe’s heavyweight clubs, who want to secure his services this summer.


The 25-year-old Roma custodian was outstanding last season for the Italian side and his performances in both Serie A and the Champions League, have made him one of this summer's hottest properties.

A.S. Roma v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Second Leg

Liverpool have been heavily linked with a big money move and after the events in Kiev last month, it’s inevitable that the Premier League giants will have a new man between the posts come the start of the new domestic season in August.