Roma reportedly decide to accept Liverpool's offer of £66.8m for goalkeeper Alisson, who is also interesting Real Madrid and Chelsea.
Liverpool have reportedly been successful with their £66.8m offer for Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
Earlier on Wednesday, it was claimed that the Merseyside giants have upped their efforts to sign Alisson, who has been identified as one of the club's top transfer targets.
According to BBC Sport, Roma have opted to accept the latest bid for the Brazil international and talks between Liverpool and Alisson are now expected to commence.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has publicly backed Loris Karius but it appears that the German stopper will at least be relegated to the substitutes' bench should Allison make the switch to Anfield.
Alisson has spent the last two seasons at the Stadio Olimpico, with a total of 64 appearances being made in all competitions.
Real Madrid and Chelsea have also been linked with an approach for the 25-year-old but now face having to match Liverpool's big-money offer.
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