​Premier League side Liverpool have been depleted in their goalkeeping position in the recent few seasons with not much competition provided for Belgian shot stopper Simon Mignolet.


The Reds did sign Loris Karius in the hope that he will be able to handle the pressure of the Premier League but that seems to be a long shot as of now and manager Jurgen Klopp is not ready to wait for it to pay off.


Reports from Italy via ​Football Italia claim that Liverpool have enquired with Roma about the possibility of striking a deal for their 25-year-old Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker.



Becker joined Roma from Internacional in the summer of 2016 in an €8m and this is his first ever season in the Serie A as he spend the whole last season as being a deputy to Wojciech Szczesny.


This season, Becker has kept 12 clean sheets in 25 games for Roma inclusive of the Premier League and the Champions League.


Liverpool have already spoken to Roma about the player and are still awaiting a feasible reply from the Serie A giants. Paris Saint-Germain are also reported to have keen interest in signing Becker either in January or the summer transfer window.