Alisson has been handed the ultimate vote of confidence from Jurgen Klopp, despite his weekend brain-freeze. The Liverpool manager has insisted he will NOT rotate keepers in Europe, like he did last season with the now-departed Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet. Klopp will refuse to give number two Mignolet any game time in the group stage of the competition’s six matches as long as Brazil international Alisson is fit. The 25-year-old, signed for a then-world record £67million from Roma this summer, cost himself a fourth clean sheet in as many games for the Anfield giants when he tried to dribble in his own box and was dispossessed by Leicester’s Kelechi Iheanacho. Luckily for him, Liverpool still won, 2-1, to maintain their 100% start to the season. Last season, Mignolet was the number one keeper in the Premier League before the turn of the year, but Karius was given the chance to stay sharp by playing all the group stage games. But when asked if that European rotation would be repeated this year, Klopp offered a blunt “no” in response, and insisted Alisson would be the automatic number one in the two main competitions Liverpool will enter.