The Brazilian joined the Reds from AS Roma in the summer of 2018, and has played a key role in helping Jurgen Klopp ‘s side win the Champions League and Premier League in recent seasons.
Putting pen to paper on a new improved deal which ties his future to Liverpool until 2027, the 28-year-old has admitted he is happy to stay at Anfield for the rest of his career.
However, the goalkeeper also confirmed he would like to re-join Brazilian side Internacional if the opportunity arose in the future, having started his career with the club.
“I am the kind of person who has a long term perspective and long term plans,” Alisson told Soccer Saturday. “I am really happy about it because me and my family are really settled.
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“We are good settling in the club and this country. It’s a different country and culture for us but we are really happy here and our kids are really happy here.
“I have no problem to play all of my career here. Obviously I have a desire to play again for my former club in Brazil. Always when I speak of that, I give the supporters a little bit of hope.
“This is something I want to do but I am really happy here and really happy about this deal.
“And I can see the supporters and the people in the club are happy as well.”