Chelsea ready to pay €70 million to beat Liverpool in Alisson pursuit

Chelsea ready to pay €70 million to beat Liverpool in Alisson pursuit

Now, according to a report in Marca, Chelsea have emerged at the head of the queue for his signatures.

His advent at Roma also helped Alisson usurp Ederson to become Brazil's first-choice custodian as well, and has made a mark at the 2018 FIFA World Cup with his exploits in goal.

They also suggest, that despite the reported interest from Liverpool, the player is not interested in a move to Anfield.

Thibaut Courtois has always been among the favourites to replace Keylor Navas as Real Madrid goalkeeper and he continues to have plenty of backing among the club's hierarchy now.

Asensio is now at the World Cup in Russian Federation, where Spain play the hosts in a last-16 tie on Sunday.

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"The flawless answer would be to say that he is unsellable, but I can't say that because such a player doesn't exist".

Chelse's interest is a welcome scenario for Roma who want a bidding war over the Brazilian.

Donnarumma remains one of the most promising youngsters in European football despite a disappointing season for the Rossoneri in Serie A.

And Milan could use Donnarumma as bait as they bid to add more firepower up front, by seeking a deal which would see Morata move the other way.

Chelsea's approach for Alisson is not guaranteed to be successful, however, particularly as the player is said to have his heart set on a move to Real Madrid. There has been a variety of reasons for this but the main cause has been his constant dalliances with Real Madrid. Liverpool, meanwhile, have seemed to turn their attention elsewhere and Alisson's signing is no longer on their agenda.

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