Real Madrid are reportedly set to make their first offer to Roma for Brazil goalkeeper Alisson.
The Champions League winners are known to be in the market for a new No.1 this summer, with David De Gea and Thibaut Courtois both linked.
But Alisson is said to be their primary target, with Sky Italia claiming a bid is imminent.
Their opening offer is expected to be worth €50million (£43.7million), which Roma are expected to reject.
Real are said to be unwilling to go beyond €60m + €10m in add-ons (£52.4m + £8.4m).
Real Madrid will make first contact with Roma over a deal to sign goalkeeper Alisson in the next few hours, according to Sky in Italy.
It is reported that terms have already been agreed between Real and the player’s representatives.
Liverpool have retained a long-standing interest in the 25-year-old, though reports earlier this week suggested they were unwilling to meet Roma’s valuation.
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