Alisson Becker has become the latest star to commit his future to Liverpool by signing a new contract until 2027.
The Brazil international has established himself as one of world's football's best goalkeepers during his three years on Merseyside following his £65million switch from Roma.
Alisson was an integral part of the side that won the Champions League in 2019, winning UEFA's inaugural 'Yashin Award' for goalkeepers for his performances during the Reds' successful European campaign.
The former Roma man then starred the following year to help Liverpool to a first league crown in 30 years as they won the title by 18 points.
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He became the first goalkeeper in Anfield history to score a goal when he headed home the crucial winner against West Brom in May as the Reds charged towards a top-three finish in the Premier League.
Liverpool had been keen to tie the Selecao shot-stopper down to a new deal this summer and were able to confirm the terms on Wednesday evening after cordial discussions with his representatives in recent weeks.
Alisson joins Trent Alexander-Arnold and Fabinho as key men who have signed long-term deals with the club in recent days as Liverpool continue to reward their biggest stars with fresh terms.
The trio join Adrian, Caoimhin Kelleher and Harvey Elliott as players who have signed up to new deals so far this summer.
Liverpool will now continue to push forward on new deals for Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson and Sadio Mane, although preliminary talks with skipper Jordan Henderson have so far proven less than fruitful.
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