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HYS: Is Alisson living up to his £66.8m price tag at Liverpool?

One of Liverpool’s biggest signings of the summer was the arrival of goalkeeper Alisson from Roma.

According to BBC Sport, the Merseyside outfit parted with £66.8m to land Brazil’s number one, and it was a transfer that was warmly welcomed by the fanbase.

The Reds had lacked a world-class keeper for years, and many supporters believed that they had finally signed one when Alisson touched down on Merseyside in July.

The fee paid made the 25-year-old the world’s most expensive keeper, but that figure was later eclipsed by Chelsea, who spent £71m on Athletic Bilbao stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga.

After Loris Karius’s mistakes in Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid, it was swiftly made clear that a new keeper was needed.

As expected, Alisson has had the number one role since he joined the Reds, but there have been some moments of concern.

The Brazilian is good with his feet, as well as his hands, but there have been times when his attempts at fancy footwork have been almost costly.

In 16 appearances in all competitions, Alisson has conceded 10 goals, which is a decent record, but has he proved that he is worth the money paid for him?

Let us know by voting below.

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