Roma are reportedly working to extend Alisson’s contract, as well as raising his release clause to €90m.
The Brazilian goalkeeper joined the Giallorossi for just €8m from Internacional in 2016, and caught the eye this season with a string of stunning performances.
Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have all been linked with a move for the 25-year-old, and calciomercato.com reports the Lupi want to extend his contract.
Alisson is asking for €5m per season including bonuses, a significant upgrade on his current €1.5m per season.
In return Roma would look to put a very high release clause in his contract, circa €90m, which would likely only be valid for foreign clubs.
Alisson is happy to remain in the Italian capital, but if a huge offer arrives the Giallorossi could consider it, given their Financial Fair Play situation.