Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson gives clubs advice on Brazilian players

Alisson Becker excited by Brazilian players coming to the Premier League.

Many Brazilian players have recently come to the Premier League with the likes of Richarlison, Bruno Guimarães, Lucas Paquetá, Antony, Casemiro and Gabriel Jesus.

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson urges club to buy players directly from the South American country which will help the local sides with more economic growth.

“Look, I see that this is changing more in a general way. Football is changing values and especially here for the Premier League, we know the economic power of clubs. So that’s an advantage for the league. And obviously the teams that are selling these players are taking advantage of the opportunity.

“This is important. I am very happy because the appreciation for the football player, and speaking also of Brazilians, specifically, is a very important appreciation that we need,” Alisson told ESPN Brasil.

“Brazilian football needs it too. I hope that the same look they are having for players who already play in Europe can also be transferred to players who play in Brazil. So that it can also help clubs directly. This would be very important.


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