Alisson on the move as £4.75m mansion listed for sale

Alisson Becker’s incredible six-bedroom mansion has been listed for sale on property website Rightmove. 

The 8,000+ square foot property boasts a gym, cinema room, entertainment room, steam room and its own wine cellar. 

It also has six bathrooms, three reception rooms, a steam room / sauna, as well as a breathtaking entertainment balcony. 

The palatial home in leafy Cheshire is available for £4,750,000

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During the first UK Covid lockdowns back in 2020, Alisson was spotted throwing a football through the home's skylight from the back yard in a viral video. 


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The 31-year-old goalkeeper is known to be close to outgoing Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, however, Anfield Watch has learned that the Brazil No.1 has no intention of following his boss out of the club this summer. 

There are currently no plans for the ‘keeper to leave Liverpool, where he has been a key part of the club’s success under Klopp. 

Alisson has got no plans to leave Liverpool

Alisson signed a new contract back in 2021, extending his spell in Liverpool’s goal until 2027, and stayed with the club last summer despite links to a highly lucrative move to Saudi Arabia

It’s understood that the former Roma man purchased a new home late last year and that is the reason this house has been listed for sale. 

Alisson was signed in the summer of 2018, going on to win the Champions League, the Premier League and the Club World Cup among other honours. 

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Premier League Liverpool v Manchester United, ManU Alisson Becker of Liverpool reacts during the Premier League match Liverpool vs Manchester United at Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 17th December 2023 Photo by Mark Cosgrove/News Images Liverpool Anfield Merseyside United Kingdom Copyright: xMarkxCosgrove/NewsxImagesx

He has missed a significant part of this season due to injury with his place in goal largely ceded to understudy Caoimhin Kelleher in recent months. 

However, Alisson made his comeback from a hamstring injury first suffered in February for Sunday’s Premier League defeat to Crystal Palace

Alisson is widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, winning The Best FIFA Goalkeeper award in 2019, the Yashin trophy in the same year, as well as making it onto the FIFA FIFPro World11 on two occasions. 

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While the Reds are looking to overhaul parts of the squad in the summer under new sporting director Richard Hughes, Alisson looks assured of keeping his place as undisputed first choice. 

However, Kelleher and third-choice Adrian could both be on the move

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