Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco says that he remains "relaxed" over the future of goalkeeper Alisson, who is allegedly attracting interest from Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco has reiterated that he thinks goalkeeper Alisson will remain at the Stadio Olimpico this summer.
For a number of months, Alisson has been strongly linked with both Liverpool and Real Madrid, who may be in the market for a goalkeeper this summer.
However, despite suggestions of big-money offers for the Brazilian international, Di Francesco says that he remains "relaxed" over the player's future.
At a press conference, the 48-year-old told reporters: "I am relaxed, as Monchi and Morgan De Sanctis can replace him easily.
"Look, nothing is definitive in football, but I am convinced that from what I can tell that Alisson will remain here at Roma."
Alisson still has just over three years remaining on his contract.
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