Liverpool may have to pay a whopping £80million to land keeper target Alisson from Roma.
The Serie A giants have offer the Brazil stopper a bumper new deal amid interest from the Reds, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, according to Calciomercato.
And the contract includes a 90million Euros (£80m) release clause.
Talks are reportedly underway and Alisson, 25, will also receive a payrise to his £26,000-a-week wages.
The Roma star is arguably the best keeper in Serie A and is keeping Manchester City goalie Ederson out of the Brazil team.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has struggled to find a No1 in goal this season having alternated between Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius.
Both players have come under stick from the likes of Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville.
In January, reports in Italy claimed Liverpool had an initial bid rejected by Roma for Alisson.
Alisson has played all 24 of Roma’s Serie A matches this season, keeping ten clean sheets and conceding 19 in total.
Only leaders Napoli and second-placed Juventus have conceded less (15).
Alisson joined Roma from Brazilian club Internacional in 2016.
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Former Roma goalkeeping coach Roberto Negrisolo described Alisson as a “phenomenon”.
He said: “I don’t think many people have realised who Alisson is.
“This guy is a phenomenon. He is the No1 of No1s.
“The first time I saw him play, he wasn’t yet on the Roma books. I watched him play for Brazil and he made an enormous impression on me.
“The way he behaves in the goal, he reminds me of Dino Zoff. I’d also compare him to Michel Preud’homme, who had the class of someone born to be a goalkeeper.”