Liverpool transfer target Alisson is reportedly discussing extending his contract with Serie A side AS Roma. The Brazil international goalkeeper could be given a release clause worth up to €90 million as part of any new deal. Calciomercato.com (h/t Football Italia) reported that "Alisson is asking for €5 million per season including bonuses, a significant upgrade on his current €1.5 million per season." Roma want to extend the South American stopper's stay in the Italian capital but could sell for a big enough offer, per the reports. Football Italia named "Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid" as interested parties. Of the three, there is no doubt Liverpool have the greatest need for a new presence between the posts. Goalkeeper has been a problem position at Anfield for years, particularly during recent seasons. Manager Jurgen Klopp has pushed incumbent Simon Mignolet aside and given the starting job to Loris Karius. Yet the man who joined Liverpool for just £4.7 million in 2016 has struggled to overcome mistakes.