The future of Alisson has yet to be defined, though, it could be in Spain instead of Italy.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Real Madrid have found an agreement with Alisson on the basis of a five years contract. However, the agreement between the Spanish club and Roma is still missing.
Reportedly, the first bid of the defending European champions to Roma is worth €60 million (€55 million plus €5 million in bonuses) and will arrive next week to the Giallorossi as the first official offer. The Giallorossi’s asking price remains at €80 million, but Fiorentino Perez wants the Brazilian at all costs so the operation could be concluded despite the gap between asking price and offer.
Real Madrid are also following Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois. The English side rejected an offer worth €40 million from the Spanish club while Roma have rejected a €50 million offer through a Liverpool intermediary and they have yet to bid again.