Liverpool keeper Alisson insists Jurgen Klopp treats every player like his son.
Liverpool face a daunting task ahead as they face an in form Bayern Munich in a crucial second leg of the Champions League last 16. Both the teams failed to find the net in the first leg and Klopp will be adamant to see out this match in the ninety minutes.
Klopp brought in the Brazilian keeper from AS Roma in the summer for a record £67m to rectify his defensive lapses. Alisson has been a revelation since his arrival on the English soil and his 17 clean sheets have helped the Reds to maintain their focus on the Premier League title.
Alisson said, “He’s a great guy, a good guy I think in the way he deals with everyone.
“He treats us I think like his own sons and he treats everyone in the dressing room as equals, the staff and everyone. This is what makes him a special person for us.
“He’s a funny guy, but on the pitch when it is the time to work he’s a serious and passionate guy for football. He gives his passion for me and my team-mates in the game so this is very good.”