Liverpool are yet to get over the disappointment they encountered in their desire to sign Lyon’s midfielder Nabil Fekir as the Ligue 1 side decide to end their negotiations with the Reds.
The Reds might once again face another heartbreak as they could pull out of the race to sign Roma goalie Alisson Becker due to the player’s commitment to the Serie A side.
According to Brazilian goalkeeper trainer Claudio Taffarel while speaking to Tele Radio, the 25-year-old netminder is happy at Roma and he is unwilling to change club after the summer World Cup.
The former Brazilian goalkeeper, who is presently part of Tite’s backroom staffs, also claim that Alisson is not thinking of moving out of Roma anytime soon as he is getting regular actions with the club.
Alisson enjoyed a great run of performances in the 2017-18 season and that has endeared him to lots of European clubs. Real Madrid, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal are all reportedly showing interest to make move for the Brazilian goalkeeper.
Apart from Taffarel’s revelation about Alisson’s decision to remain at Roma, Sky Sports are reporting that the Reds are on the verge of missing out on his signature as they are unwilling to pay £80m – a sum demanded by Roma before they might think of parting ways with the impressive goaltender.
However, Real Madrid are still keen on his services after failing to capture David De Gea’s signature. Unlike Liverpool, the Los Blancos are ready to meet Roma’s asking price for the goalkeeper, as long as they are willing to cash-in on Alisson’s signature this summer.