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Report: Liverpool plotting ruthless strategy to land potential world-record deal

Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern will be devastated by the way they lost the Champions League final at the weekend and will be looking for Jurgen Klopp to make changes.

The Reds were playing well during the tie with Real Madrid and looked as though they were in a strong position before Loris Karius made a mess of things in Kiev.

The goalkeeper made two costly errors that gave the La Liga side the victory and a number of locals have once again called for the club to look at their options when it comes to a shot-stopper.

The Daily Mail are reporting that the Anfield outfit will target AS Roma’s Alisson Becker once again, after learning the Serie A side may need to let their star players go. It is believed the Premier League side are ready to make an offer of around £60million, should they be able to bring him to Merseyside.

With those in the Italian capital reportedly suffering potential Financial Fair Play sanctions from UEFA, the Reds are thought to be plotting to take advantage of that and move for the Brazilian, who would command a world-record fee.

Landlord’s Verdict

A number of the locals in the Tavern will not be able to see Liverpool continue with Karius, or Simon Mingolet, between the sticks and will want to see the club spend big on a proven talent.

Their search for a goalkeeper has gone on for a while now, although the German had proved to be a capable stopper before his errors in the biggest game of all, and Klopp could be forced to turn his hand to spend big.

Alisson would be a solid choice for the Reds, having proved to be able to play at the top level, although conceding seven goals in two games against them, may have caused a little concern with the punters in the bar.

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