Jurgen Klopp will be reassessing his options when it comes to the goalkeeping department as he has told the Liverpool board that Alisson is not worth the £70million that Roma believes he is, according to The Mirror.

Reports from Brazil suggested that Liverpool had made a bid for the Brazilian goalkeeper, but that was never the case.

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FERRARA, ITALY – APRIL 21: Alisson Becker of AS Roma looks on during the serie A match between Spal and AS Roma at Stadio Paolo Mazza on April 21, 2018 in Ferrara, Italy. (Photo by Mario Carlini / Iguana Press/Getty Images)

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Roma are asking for such a hefty amount after being left disappointed in how little they received for Mohamed Salah after he went on and had his best ever season.

The Italian club will not budge from the proposed fee of £70million as they do not want to sell. Alisson still has three years left on his contract at the Stadio Olimpico which puts Roma in a strong position.

Jan Oblak is also out of Liverpool’s range due to price, which leaves Liverpool weighing up all options now. Simon Mignolet looks certain to depart this summer after falling out of favour with Klopp last season.

It is reported that Liverpool are being linked with Southampton’s Alex McCarthy, former Germany Under-21 international Timo Horn and Burnley’s World Cup bound Nick Pope.

Klopp will refuse to panic and may even give Danny Ward a chance to fight for the No. 1 spot.

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