Roma goalkeeper Alisson and Real Madrid ‘agree personal terms’

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The Brazil worldwide is widely seen as one of the best shot-stoppers in the world and will be the Seleção's number one for the World Cup.

The 25-year-old shot-stopper is now under contract with Italian side AS Roma, but there is not a secret that Real Madrid want him; in fact, reports from last week indicated that Alisson has already reached an agreement with the player.

Real Madrid and Liverpool are the two likely destinations for the Brazilian should he leave the Serie A side, with the former ramping up interest in recent weeks.

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Madrid would not be willing to go beyond £52.4m (€60m) + £8.4m (€10m) in add-ons, Sky in Italy understand.

"Los Blancos" and the "Giallorossi" have been in talks regarding the future of Alisson for days.

Although Liverpool have faced serious competition from Real Madrid as they go after the Brazil worldwide, who's now on duty at the World Cup.

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For the same reason Real Madrid are eager to tie up a deal quickly, although Monchi is not easy to negotiate with.

Liverpool have been linked with a plethora of high-profile names including the likes of Roma's Alisson Becker and Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak.

Speaking about his situation last weekend, the 25-year-old was keen to resolve his situation before Brazil start their World Cup campaign against Switzerland in Group E on Sunday night.

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Real Madrid are apparently happy to hand the former worldwide ace a £4m-a-year (€5m) contract to call time on his Roma career.

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