2. Alisson Becker, AS Roma to Liverpool in 2018, €75m
The Brazilian No. 1 was good enough to keep Ederson out of the national side at World Cup, but he enjoyed a quick rise at Roma only playing for their first-team for two years. After Loris Karius’ mistakes in the Champions League final last season, Liverpool needed a solid stopper and paid a then-world record to bring in Alisson. But it didn’t last long.
The Brazilian has been in great form for Liverpool with the manager making a statement that if he knew that alisson was this good he would have paid double following his heroics against Napoli in the last game of the group stages.