AS Roma are beginning to accept Alisson could be on a path which leads him out of the club.

Having a great season, the Brazilian goalkeeper is attracting admiring eyes from other clubs, and Gazzetta dello Sport this weekend focus on Liverpool and PSG interest.

Liverpool have been linked repeatedly with Alisson over the past couple of weeks, with it still being thought Jurgen Klopp’s needs a better goalkeeping option than Simon Mignolet or Loris Karius.

Gazzetta say a January move is pretty much off the table, with Roma’s Monchi ‘putting up a wall’ to stop interest from clubs like Liverpool going anywhere.

The player himself is also said to be against the idea of a January move, worried it could hamper his chances of being Brazil’s first choice at the World Cup this summer.

The summer is going to be very different, and Gazzetta explain there’s a good chance of a move then.

It’s believed Alisson is worth around €50m, with the Italian newspaper explaining Ederson went for €40m and is currently second choice to the Roma player for the national team.

Roma would be aiming to get the €50m if Alisson moves to Anfield or elsewhere in the next transfer window.

A summer move may be just what Liverpool and Klopp want too, with claims from Brazil this week that a move then is what is being considered at Liverpool.