- Alisson has also reportedly asked for wages more than triple his current pay deal
- The 25-year-old Brazil international is linked to Liverpool, PSG and Real Madrid
- Liverpool linked to Alisson amid ongoing uncertainty with their own goalkeepers
Roma are lining up a new contract offer for goalkeeper Alisson, which will include a bumper €90m (£80m) release clause to fend off interest from clubs such as Liverpool.
According to Italian website calciomercato, the goalkeeper is also asking for his annual salary to be more than trebled, from €1.5m (£1.35m) a season to €5m (£4.45m).
Roma are looking to extend goalkeeper Alisson’s contract to fend off interest from other teams
Alisson, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool, wants to treble his money
He joined Roma from Portuguese club Internacional in 2016 and his performances this season have seen Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid linked with signing him, as well as Liverpool.
While Roma want to keep one of their key players, their precarious standing within Financial Fair Play may force them to consider offers in the summer.
Alisson was linked to Liverpool in January after Klopp once again axed Simon Mignolet for German stopper Loris Karius.
When Klopp made the switch last season, Karius only lasted for 11 games before Mignolet returned between the sticks.
Jurgen Klopp is linked with a move for the keeper with uncertainty over the role at Liverpool
Loris Karius is the current first choice and set to play against Porto in the Champions League
This season, Karius began being rotated with Mignolet for Champions League matches but is now the first choice goalkeeper.
He is set to start the first-leg of Liverpool’s Champions League last-16 encounter against Porto at the Estadio do Dragao on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old has played 16 times so far for Liverpool this season.