And that's it in this year where obviously a few things happen on the goalkeeper position.
Liverpool secured a top-four Premier League finish and reached the Champions League final last season - downed 3-1 by Los Blancos in the final.
And although Alisson's arrival nearly certainly means Karius will now be confined to to the substitutes' bench, Klopp has insisted he still has full faith in the 25-year-old and fellow stopper Simon Mignolet.
As for Mignolet, Alisson arguably pushes him further down the pecking order despite Loris Karius enduring a nightmare in recent months with a string of blunders, and so perhaps an exit would make sense for him too.
It was later revealed Karius had been suffering from concussion and, while it intensified the need for change, the manager was only prepared to consider a new goalkeeper if a significant upgrade could be found.
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'It's not the reason.
Liverpool's recent signing of Brazil goalkeeper Alisson for a world-record deal, it took the Reds off-season spending to £250m.
Mourinho has put the pressure on Klopp to deliver Liverpool a title.
'Any trophy is good.
Klopp seems to be yearning for a time when instant messages did not exist and if people wanted to communicate with you, they had to find you first. That's 100 percent like this, ' he said. "The day that this is football, I'm not in a job any more". The thing is I saw the ref taking charge of big games at the World Cup afterwards and nobody really thinks about that later.