In-demand Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson hopes his club future will be sorted out before the World Cup starts later this week.
Though he is contracted to Roma until 2021, Alisson is likely to move this summer and he is keen to hear news before the tournament starts in Russia.
Brazil goalkeeper Alisson has dropped a hint that his club future could be resolved this week
The 25-year-old Roma stopper believes his future will be sorted ahead of the World Cup
‘I believe and I hope that everything will be resolved before the start of the World Cup,’ he said following Brazil’s 3-0 friendly win over Austria on Sunday.
‘To be honest, I left everything in the hands of my agents.
‘If it’s not resolved before the World Cup, then it will be discussed after it because my head will be focused only on Brazil.
‘There are many possibilities on which we are working, but always together with Roma and with respect to my club. We will see what will happen this week.’
Alisson makes a save during Brazil’s 3-0 friendly victory over Austria in Vienna on Sunday
Brazil open their World Cup campaign against Switzerland on Sunday
Alisson, 25, kept 22 clean sheets in 49 outings for Roma in Serie A and the Champions League last season, helping them to the semi-finals of the European competition against the odds.
He is likely to be Brazil’s No 1 when they begin their World Cup campaign against Switzerland on Sunday.