Saudi Arabian Side, AL-Nassr, Set Sights On Liverpool Keeper, Alisson

Alisson (Credit: Getty Images)

The Saudi Arabian football revolution continues, with the plan to bring in another world class player to the middle eastern country.

Media reports have revealed that Al-Nassr is interested in signing Liverpool’s Brazilian goalkeeper, Alisson.

This would certainly make more headlines for the Saudi Arabian League which is seeking to become of the best leagues in the world.

Recall that Al-Nassr already has on its books, Christiano Ronaldo and Sadio Mane.

However, this development would certainly not go too well with Liverpool and its manager Jurgen Klopp.

This summer, Liverpool have already lost three players to the Saudi Arabian League.

Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Roberto Firminho have signed to play in the lucrative Saudi League for mega bucks.

This transfer period has certainly not been the best for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp.

Recall that the club lost out on major signings, Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia who signed for rivals , Chelsea after Liverpool had made concrete bids and agreements with their former clubs, Brighton and Southampton.

Alisson joined Liverpool in the 2018 from Italian side, AS Roma for £65m and has been instrumental in plugging the goal line in their successful quest to win both the Premier League and Champions League.

In related news, another Brazilian superstar, Neymar has completed a £78m move to Saudi side, Al-Hilal from Paris St. Germain. He is believed to have signed a deal that guarantees him £100m per year.

The contract sums being dangled by the Saudi clubs are mind boggling and no player is safe from the clutches. This revolution would be sure to disrupt world football, and can ensure a shift in the movement of the best players in the world to the rebranded Saudi Arabian League.

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