Liverpool are continuing to work together with the team’s key player retention plans. Recently announced a new contract with goalkeeper Alisson Becker, the Brazilian national team until 2027.
The Brazil international signed a six-year contract with the Reds when he joined from Roma in 2018 and has quickly become a key figure in Jürgen Klopp’s squad.
The 28-year-old has helped the team win the Premier League, Champions League. and the World Club Championship Including many personal awards
He swept the Best FIFA award as a goalkeeper in 2019 and was in the FIFPro World starting XI for both 2019 and 2020, as well as winning the Goal of the Month award for a stoppage-time header as the winning goal. West Bromwich in May
Alisson has kept 59 clean sheets from 130 games for Liverpool, with the announcement of his contract extension coming after the club recently extended a similar long-term deal with Trent Alexander-Arno. Old and Fabinho in the previous period
“I think I don’t have to waste a lot of time thinking about it. It’s something we’ve just built in the last three years, the confidence, the trust I have in the club. And the club has to me,” Alisson said.
“Me and my family are very happy here, my children are in England, a different city. But they grew up like that. We are very happy. I am really happy to continue working here. I am very happy with this decision. It’s not difficult for me.”