Photos of Alisson leaving Liverpool after passing medical ahead of record move

Liverpool are poised to announce Alisson as their new goalkeeper after he passed his fitness examinations
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Alisson is flying back to Rome after passing his Liverpool medical.
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The Brazilian goalkeeper underwent his tests with Reds fitness staff on Thursday afternoon after agreeing personal terms over a move.
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Liverpool will pay Roma a world record £67million for the transfer, almost doubling the previous highest.
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Alisson flew into England for his medical tests and was put through his paces at Melwood.
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It was confirmed ahead of Liverpool's pre-season match with Blackburn that there was no problems with the tests and he was free to complete his move.
Alisson was pictured leaving Liverpool Airport
The goalkeeper was seen boarding a private jet
Alisson is poised to be officially announced as a Liverpool player
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A six-year deal has been agreed and all that now remains is the official announcement from the club.
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Following a summer of negotiations, Liverpool were free to complete the deal after Alisson's time at the World Cup with Brazil came to an end at the quarter-final stage.
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Speaking on Thursday at a press conference to present Roma's summer signing Justin Kluivert, the Italian club's sporting director Monchi was quoted on the Serie A club's official twitter feed as saying: "We haven't finalised anything yet (with Alisson).
Alisson is flying back to Rome
The goalkeeper has passed his Liverpool medical
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"But it is true that the negotiations are advanced and he's over in Liverpool now."
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Monchi, who took up his post at Roma in 2017, added: "When a very substantial offer comes in, you have to consider it.
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"We weighed up the pros and cons and decided to speak to Liverpool.
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"Selling Alisson would not show a lack of ambition. For me, ambition is about doing the right thing after thinking everything through.
Alisson is poised to complete his move to Liverpool
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"I came here to build a strong team, not just for one year but for many years to come - and I'm 100% sure that will be the case.
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"I understand the fans' view. I want them to know we're working to build a stronger team.
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"Some people never thought we'd be able to sign Kluivert. The same goes for (fellow summer signing Javier) Pastore.
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"Perhaps today is tough for some fans, but we've brought in top players."

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