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Is Alisson leaving Liverpool? He revealed where he would like to play

The Brazilian goalkeeper is a key part of the team, but has desires to go elsewhere.

By Charles Cornwall

No one saw this coming.
No one saw this coming.
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Liverpool have three goals to fulfill at the end of this season. They already won the Carabao Cup title last weekend, when they beat Chelsea at Wembley Stadium, and now they will try to do the same with the FA Cup, the Premier League and the UEFA Europa League. But to do so, they will have to solve a serious problem as soon as possible: injuries.

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Many important players have had physical problems during the last few months that have prevented them from playing and that has forced Jurgen Klopp to give opportunities to young players to fill those empty places. Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez, Dominik Szoboszlai, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Thiago Alcantara are some of them. And also Alisson Becker.

The goalkeeper suffered a muscle injury a few weeks ago and his recovery will take longer than expected. In fact, the coach of the Brazilian national team, Dorival Junior, confirmed that he will not be available for the friendly matches of the international break in March, against England and Spain. This means that Liverpool will not be able to use him for a long time either.

Although Caoimhin Kelleher has shown excellent performances every time he has had the chance to play, Alisson is a key part of the team and Klopp needs to have him back as soon as possible. The decisive stage of the season is approaching and the German manager wants to count on his best players. However, the Brazilian goalkeeper's future could be far from Anfield Road.

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What will happen to him?

This Thursday Liverpool fans were shocked by what one of the squad's players said about Alisson Becker's future. In an interview with D Sports, Alexis MacAllsiter revealed what is one of the Brazilian goalkeeper's dreams for his professional career: "Alisson tells me that he would like to play at the Bombonera," said the midfielder. The Bombonera is the home stadium of Boca Juniors, one of Argentina's top clubs, and is famous for its unusual structure and how the chants of the fans echo from the stands. What is not clear is whether Alisson wants to play for Boca in the future or whether he will be happy to play in a game there sometime.