Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker cannot guarantee that he will continue to stay at Anfield until his retirement. The 28-year-old player has his own plans for how his career will end.
Since joining from AS Roma in the 2018 summer transfer market, Alisson Becker has immediately become a crucial figure for Liverpool.
In fact, his presence can be said to be a complement to the last piece of the Reds. The proof, in the 2018/19 season, this Brazilian player immediately led Liverpool to win the European Champions League.
He has won four titles with the Marseyside Team so far, most recently the 2019/20 Premier League title which is the first title for Liverpool in the last 30 years.
No wonder many Liverpool fans hope Alisson will last long at Anfield. Not even a few want Alisson to retire there. But unfortunately the goalkeeper has other plans about how his career will end.
“I have the desire to return to Brazil, but when it will happen, God only knows,” Alisson told Globo Esporte.
What he plans to do is play for his boyhood club Internacional before actually leaving the gridiron.
“I know that God has something for me. I want to follow God’s plan for me. But my heart wants to go back to Brazil. If God allows, then I want to return to Inter, the home and club that I love.” He said.
But Alisson Becker is also aware that plans are plans, nothing can guarantee a plan will go according to expectations. It could be that the end of his career will not be in Brazil.
“I have a lot of respect for clubs in Brazil, and I might be able to play at another club there. But I don’t know if I can go back to Brazil or come back to Inter.” he said.
What is clear for now, Alisson Becker still has a long-term contractual agreement at Liverpool. The new contract will expire in 2024.