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PSG inquire AS Roma about ALISSON

13.01.2018 00.05 by Claudio Colla  read 1948
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According to Sky Sport Italia, Paris Saint-Germain, not fully satisfied with Alphones Areola as a regular goalie (and much less with Kevin Trapp), have just inquired AS Roma about Brazilian international stopper Alisson Becker (25). Italian club stopped any chance for him to leave in January, but might be willing to start a table next summer, but only if a noteworthy cash bid is submitted (the player was purchase from Internacional in summer 2016, on an 8 million euros fee), and if a fit replacement comes out as signable (Giallorossi would probably aim to Genoa's Mattia Perin, tracked by Napoli as well). Not equipped with an additional EU passport, Alisson is currently on a deal with Serie A giants until June 2021.

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