Roma: No Liverpool, Madrid offers for Alisson
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Cape Town - AS Roma sporting director Monchi says
the club is yet to receive any offers for in-demand Brazilian goalkeeper
Alisson, who was his country's first-choice
goalkeeper at the World Cup in Russia, is said to have attracted the attention
of European giants Liverpool and Real Madrid.
However, the Roma sporting director stated
that his club have had no contact over a proposed move for the 25-year-old goal
He insisted that Alisson will be resting
after his country's elimination from the World Cup and will later join Roma for
their preparations ahead of the new season.
Mochi told reporters: "The same chance
that (Kostas) Manolas, (Edin) Dzeko and (Lorenzo) Pellegrini have of leaving.
"The same chance as anyone who we
haven't had offers for. I know you don't believe me, but I haven't had any
"If some were to arrive - and this
applies to any other player - we'd evaluate them and then make a decision.
"Right now, though we think he should
rest after the World Cup, then come back here and have just as important a season
as the last one."