Sky in Italy report that the Merseyside outfit are, once more, in official negotiations with the Brazilian No.1's side and are favourite to land a replacement for the much-maligned Loris Karius in the Anfield nets.
He has a year left on his contract and is wanted by Real Madrid. But before you react to the news or announce it to the world, go back to the first word of the article...
Alisson's valuation by Roma is more likely to be met by Chelsea.
They want in excess of £66m for his signature.
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The 25-year-old stopper started his career with Internacional in Brazil before moving to Roma two years ago.
Roma have yet to say if they will accept Liverpool's offer and talks between the clubs are ongoing.
Liverpool have always been found suspect in between the sticks, with their choice of keeper often costing them points when it matters most.
But Jurgen Klopp has identified the position as an immediate priority amid concerns of Karius' displays during the Reds' current pre-season campaign.
The Reds are believed to have submitted a world-record bid for the Brazilian worldwide as they look to finally remedy their long-standing goalkeeping woes.
But the deal is far from done with Chelsea ready to pull the trigger on their approach.