Alisson: "Liverpool? I really wanted to be part of that history".

Jose Verdugo
Enero 11, 2019

Alisson also revealed Chelsea changing manager and the uncertainty that can bring was another reason in him electing not to move to Stamford Bridge, preferring instead to join Liverpool, who were gearing up for a third straight season under Jürgen Klopp.

Of course, Virgil van Dijk's £75 million arrival 12 months ago has played a major role in that.

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has shed light on why he chose to join the Reds rather than Chelsea in the summer.

But it already looks like money well spent for Liverpool.

Do you think Alisson made the right choice by joining Liverpool?

While they may be out of the FA Cup courtesy of a shock defeat to Wolves, a game against Brighton on Saturday is a great opportunity for them to bounce back after a blip against Manchester City who closed the gap between them and Liverpool.

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Karius is now playing on loan at Besiktas in Turkey, with Simon Mignolet sticking around as deputy to Alisson.

Liverpool lost the Champions League final in May after Karius made two mistakes against Real Madrid in Kiev.

Speaking exclusively in the February 2019 issue of FourFourTwo, out in shops on Wednesday, Alisson says: "Even when my team scores after a big mistake from the opposition keeper, it's a different feeling for me".

Alisson in an interview with Four Two Two, stated that he believed that a move to Liverpool was the best thing for his career at the time. I don't celebrate it like any other goal.

However, the 26-year-old admits he took no enjoyment from seeing a fellow member of the goalkeepers' union struggle on club football's grandest stage.

"I was so sad to see what happened to Karius - it could have happened to anyone", he said of the German stopper's howlers in last year's Champions League final, which marked the death knell of Karius' Anfield career and, consequently, the beginning of his own.

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