BBC sports analyst Danny Murphy believes Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has everything to make him a fantastic player in the Premier League.
The Brazilian goalkeeper joined the Reds from Roma in 2018 in a deal worth 56 million pounds sterling.
His arrival alongside Virgil van Dijk changed Liverpool’s fortunes.
Not only did Alisson, 29, ensure the side looked solid at the back, but his leadership helped raise the bar for every player around him.
Undoubtedly Jurgen Klopp’s first choice, Alisson’s consistently impressive form has seen him lift five major titles, including the 2019-20 Premier League title.
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Despite these four successful years on Merseyside, this season could prove to be the best not only of Alisson’s career, but in the club’s entire history.
Having already won the Carabao Cup, the Reds, who remain in all other competitions, are firmly on their way to achieving an unprecedented quartet.
The team’s latest achievement came during the FA Cup semi-final match on Saturday against rivals Manchester City.
By beating the Citizens 3-2 at Wembley, the Klopp-led Reds will now find themselves in next month’s final and look to face Crystal Palace or Chelsea.
Although Liverpool were clearly the better team this weekend, Alisson was once again one of their star players.
Speaking of the South American commander, Murphy, he said daily MailShe said: “As for Alisson, he is turning into one of the Premier League’s greatest goalkeepers and if he stays at the club he could one day be seen as a Liverpool goalkeeper legend alongside Ray Clemens.”