Liverpool goalkeeper Allison signed a new contract with the Red Army for his future until 2027
Allison, The 28-year-old Brazilian international said that three years after arriving at Anfield from Rome in 2018, he is “confident” in the club.
Allison won the Champions League and Premier League while playing for Merseyside, and said her family is very happy and stable.
“[The decision] is not difficult for me,” he told Liverpoolfc.com.
Allison is the latest Liverpool player to sign a new contract. 27-year-old Brazilian teammate Fabinho signed a new contract on Tuesday, promising until 2026.
The 22-year-old defender Trent Alexander Arnold announced last week that he had written the deal on paper until the summer of 2025.
Since arriving in Rome from Rome with a net worth of £ 66.8, Allison He has played 130 times and scored 57 goals, making him the most expensive goalkeeper in the world.
His unforgettable injury-time win against West Brom in May won the club’s best goal of the season award by becoming the sixth goalkeeper to score a Premier League goal and the first goalkeeper A with a header.
“We must set goals, we must set them higher,” he said. “We win everything we play in the Champions League, the Premier League, the Cup and so on. I think we can start from there.
“But obviously, winning depends on our investment on the court. It depends on our investment on the court. We have to pay at least 100%. If we can work harder, we will go.”