The Italian government had agreed to grant the boy citizenship, with a hospital in the Vatican offering treatment.
Having apparently exhausted all legal options, Tom appeared to concede that there was no way to take his son to Rome's Bambino Gesù Hospital, which has links to Pope Francis. The news report came out after Tom Evans told the media that he would be working with Alder Hey Children's Hospital in an attempt to fix the relationship so Alfie can go home.
Judges have heard that Alfie, born on May 9 2016, is in a "semi-vegetative state" and has a degenerative neurological condition that doctors had not definitively diagnosed.
Alfie's father, Thomas Evans, said the boy had shown no deterioration, three days after being taken off a ventilator.
Mr Evans added: "Some people say it's a miracle".
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"He hasn't woken up, he's still a little bit weak, but what we ask for is to go home to sustain his life".
"That must be enough for you now to consider that Alfie may prove you wrong".
The case has sparked a months-long court battle between the toddler's parents and the hospital, with leaders from around Europe weighing in.
Alder Hey hospital has indicated that doctors are willing to "explore" options for the family, including potentially removing Alfie from intensive care and transporting him to a ward, a hospice or his home. Judge Andrew McFarlane said nothing had changed since a previous court ruling that Alfie's treatment should end.
Pope Francis issued a Twitter statement urging the United Kingdom courts and the hospital to allow Alfie to go to Italy for treatment.
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His mother Kate James and father Tom are keeping a bedside vigil for their 23-month-old at Alder Hey as he clings to survival without a life support machine.
On April 25, the Court of Appeal upheld the High Court decision. "True to that legacy, the Pople spoke out in defense of Alfie Evans and the fundamental human rights of his parents to do all they can to save the life of their child".
The move to bring Alfie home comes after his mum shared a touching post on Facebook in which she strokes the young boy's face to comfort him through his illness.
The terminally ill toddler, who has a degenerative brain condition, has been at the centre of a drawn-out legal battle with his parents told they can not take him to Rome for treatment. "Poor Alfie must not be killed in this way", they said, demanding his safe passage to Rome.
"This includes working closely with Kate and Tom as they spend this precious time together with him".
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Alfie's life support was withdrawn on Monday before his ventilator was withdrawn on Tuesday, following a series of court rulings that sided with the doctors and blocked further medical treatment.