Spanish giants Real Madrid are believed to be preparing a big-money move for one of Brazil's most important players ahead of the 2018/19 season.
Two weeks ago, Zinedine Zidane announced that he will not be in charge of Los Blancos next season, which could lead to a lot of changes at the club in the next campaign.
One of those changes might be the club finally signing a new goalkeeper, something Real's hierarchy have reportedly wanted to do since 2015, when they were close to securing Manchester United shot-stopper David de Gea's signature.
According to Marca, following Zidane's exit, the Spanish club could push through with their interest in Selecao goalkeeper Alisson.
The Roma man has been targeted by a host of clubs across Europe, including 2017/18 UEFA Champions League runners-up Liverpool, but it has been claimed he would prefer to join that competition's winners.
It is believed that Los Blancos plan on signing the 25-year-old to provide Keylor Navas with some competition, and to achieve that the club will reportedly have to spend about €60 million (R937 million) to sign the Brazilian.
Alisson was rated as one of the best goalkeepers in Italy last season, and has represented his country on 24 occasions so far.
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