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Brazilian goalkeeper speaks of life after Liverpool

Timothy Aiyeku

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Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker might have some years left to play at Anfield but he is already thinking of a return to his former club in the future.

While the Brazilian has been at Anfield for two years, there are no chances that he will finish his career at the Merseyside club. A return to his country home, Brazil to play for his first club, Internacional is a big dream for the Liverpool goalkeeper.

Alisson Becker made this known when asked about his long-term future in an interview with Globo Esporte, as he is not sure of when he will part ways with the current Premier League champions.
“I have the desire to return to Brazil, but when it will happen, only God knows,” Alisson said.

“I know that God has something for me, I want to follow God’s plans for my life, but my heart’s desire for when I return to Brazil, if God goes to answer it, is to return to Inter, home, the club that I love.”

However, the 28-year-old made it clear that he doesn’t keep long-term plans as he only sticks to his dreams but that does not distract him from being focused on what he has in his hands.

Meanwhile, Alisson Becker hints that he plans to to have a long career by retiring at an older age.

“I have plans for a long career in football, to play as much as I can at a high level. Now if it will be up to 35, 40 or more than 40 I don’t know, I have a lot of roads ahead.

“I hope to do my best while in the national team and in Europe.”
Alisson Becker established himself as one of the best shot-stoppers in the world since he joined Liverpool from AS Roma. He has helped the Merseyside outfit with the Champions League win and the Premier League.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.