AS Roma will reportedly accept a €60m bid from Real Madrid for a Liverpool target this summer, but do not want to sell to the Anfield club.
According to the latest reports from Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport, Roma are only willing to sell star goalkeeper Alisson to Real.
This is apparently because club directors decided they do not want to do business with Liverpool again due to regret over selling Mo Salah to them last summer.
The report also suggests that the capital club fear a backlash from fans if they sell to Liverpool, and feel it would be easier to explain to their supporters if Real Madrid was the buyer.
Corriere dello Sport claimed on Tuesday that Los Blancos are reportedly preparing a €60million bid for the Brazilian.
Don Balon recently claimed Liverpool were ready to test Roma’s resolve by launching a massive €80million (£70.5m) offer.
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