New Liverpool FC signing sends clear message to Jurgen Klopp

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The Serie A side said Liverpool had agreed a deal worth up to $84 million for the 25-year-old, eclipsing the previous record of $61million paid by Juventus for Gianluigi Buffon in 2001.

Natália, who has been in spotlight with her Instagram posts since rumors about Alisson's possible transfer from Roma FC emerged, connected to fans with a special shout-out.

The Brazilian shotstopper swapped Roma for Merseyside this week in a world-record deal for a goalkeeper, signing a six-year deal. He has nothing to do with the price, we have nothing to do with the price, it's the market.

Ederson arrived in the Premier League as something of an unknown quantity when he sealed his move from Portuguese side Benfica to Manchester City last summer.

The Brazilian also revealed a text conversation he had with former Roma team-mate Mohamed Salah as he was finalising his move to Liverpool, with the Egyptian asking what was taking so long. "His English is surprisingly good and he is a real personality".

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Liverpool will not move for Nabil Fekir in this transfer window, according to the Liverpool Echo. "I'm happy [he's come to Italy] because he brings a lot to Italian football".

Liverpool have already moved to recoup some of the cost, agreeing a £12.5m (€14m) deal with Leicester for Wales worldwide Danny Ward.

Having already played a number of pre-season friendlies closer to home, Klopp is clearly determined to have his team primed for action come their opening Premier League game against West Ham United. With two penalty saves and 28 goals conceded considered, Alisson would have notched 121 Fantasy points last season, which would have made him a top 10 goalkeeper in Goal's Premier League game. "At times, I'm too much of a fan".

"I watched and followed Liverpool last season because the way they played was very exciting - their quick transitions, the counter-attacking, the way they played from the defence to the opposition net".

"Calm down! I'm on my way", was the reply, as told to the Liverpool official media.

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