Team Brazil Training Camp - Granja Comary
TERESOPOLIS, BRAZIL - MAY 24: Goalkeeper Alisson Becker in action during a training session of the Brazilian national football team at the squad's Granja Comary training complex on May 24, 2018 in Teresopolis, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Real Madrid have reportedly agreed on personal terms with Alisson but are yet to agree on a transfer fee with AS Roma, claims Mundo Deportivo

Due to Zidane Zidane’s unexpected departure, Real are now looking to sell their number one Keylor Navas and are believed to be confident of signing a replacement for the Chilean.

Despite some rather inconsistent displays for Real over the years, Zidane had always stuck with Navas.

But with the Frenchman no longer in charge at Real, the club have now begun pursuing goalkeeping targets alongside new manager Julen Lopetegui.

While Manchester United’s David De Gea had been their favourite, Real have now turned their attention to Alisson due to their repeated failures to sign the Spanish number one.

The European champions have reportedly agreed on a six-year deal for the Roma goalkeeper.

However, the Giallorossi feel that Real are falling short of their valuation of Alisson by €20m.

Los Blancos have offered the Champions League semi-finalists €55m with another €5m in bonuses.

But Roma are adamant that they will not entertain offers under €80m right now.