The former teammate Salah Convinced Alisson for Liverpool’s move.

The Brazilian Internationals reveals that a text from Egyptian forward Mohammad Salah convinced him to join the Reds.

Alisson is Liverpool’s latest signing of the summer transfer window.

The goalie confirmed that former Roma team-mate Mohamed Salah sent him text messages which convinced him to join the Liverpool.

Both the players have shared a dressing room at the Stadio Olimpico during the 2016-17 campaign before the Egyptian forward signed Liverpool.

Alisson admitted that Salah contacted him and convinced him to sign the deal.

“We didn’t have that much contact after he left Roma,”, Alisson told the official website.

“We met again in the game when we were up against each other [in the Champions League in April]

“Yesterday, he sent me a message saying: ‘Hey, what are you waiting for?’ As the negotiations were at an advanced stage, I replied to him straight away saying: ‘Calm down, I’m on my way!’

“I’m really happy to have the opportunity to play alongside him again. As well as being a great player, he is a huge character and a great person – which is the most important thing.

“To be with these great people and players day to day is fantastic for me.”

Read full interview here- Liverpool Official Website

Liverpool had a good transfer window signing Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri with Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson their most recent signing.

The club has also resigned Mohammad Salah and Firmino putting an end to their linkups of leaving the club.

The only departure from the club happened to be of Emre Can to Juventus. This departure was the only departure that happened for the Reds during the transfer window.

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