Real Madrid are preparing an offer for Liverpool linked goalkeeper Alisson and are confident of signing him before the World Cup.
The Roma shot-stopper’s future has been under the scanner of late as more and more clubs join the queue to sign him during the summer transfer window.
Liverpool have long been keeping tabs on him with a view to taking him to Anfield before the start of next season, but Alisson has some big clubs in Europe who are keen to sign him.
Paris Saint-Germain are said to be eyeing a move for him as their new number one and he has also been on Real Madrid’s radar as they plot significant changes in their squad in the summer.
And it seems Real Madrid are making definite plans to sign Alisson in the next few months as according to Italian daily Corriere della Sera, they are prepared to put €75m on Roma’s table for the Brazilian.
It has been claimed Real Madrid are confident that Alisson is keen to leave Roma in the summer and they are ready to sign him even before the World Cup starts.
Roma are yet to receive any official offers for Alisson but they are aware of the interest in the goalkeeper and are preparing to offer him a new deal to protect their asset.
The Giallorossi are keen to insert a release clause worth €90m in the proposed new deal for Alisson.