Alisson has been repeatedly linked with a big-money move to Anfield this summer, and the Giallorossi shot-stopper hopes to sort out his next move before Brazil's World Cup campaign gets underway against Switzerland on June 17.
Brazil's number one for the 2018 World Cup enjoyed a fine season in Serie A and has been tipped for a move this summer, with a number of clubs interested in securing his services.
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'There are some possibilities and we are working on all of them, together with Roma, always respecting the club.
All Alisson did confirm was that his agent was in talks with a few clubs, but he said that if nothing is confirmed before the World Cup, he will wait until after the tournament to decide his future as he wants to focus on helping his country with the famous competition yet again.
Though he is contracted to Roma until 2021, Alisson is likely to move this summer and he is keen to hear news before the tournament starts in Russian Federation. "We'll see if anything happens this week".
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These contradict a report earlier on Monday from "Sky Sources" in England claiming that Liverpool were unlikely to make a bid for the 'keeper as they "are unwilling to meet Roma's £80m valuation of the player".
1994 World Cup victor, now Alisson's global goalkeeping coach, Claudio Taffarel told Tele Radio Stereo: "Alisson is very happy at Roma and the rumours of a transfer are just rumours".
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