Brazil international goalkeeper Alisson says he has yet to field any concrete offers which could see him leave Roma before the start of next season.
The 25-year-old is currently preparing for World Cup 2018 duty with the Selecao, having been heavily linked with a move to either England or Spain.
I haven't received offers from anyone.Alisson
However, having become the regular first-choice starter for Roma 12 months ago, Alisson says he is happy to focus on his World Cup prospects and wait to see what materialises on the club front.
He told reporters: "My future? I'm focused on the national team, my agent handles everything else - he'll talk to Roma and we'll see what the best thing to do is.
"I haven't received offers from anyone, I have a contract with Roma and I'm happy, but I repeat now I'm focused on the World Cup."
Meanwhile, the agent of Napoli midfielder Jorginho has warned that his client could become de-motivated if a possible move to Manchester City falls through.
Joao Santos told the Daily Mirror: "We are talking about a guy to whom Manchester City represents the opportunity of a lifetime.
"He wouldn't be sad if he stayed in Naples. Indeed, he's happy and well in Naples.
"He would be unhappy, eventually, though because he would lose a great opportunity like Manchester City. My feelings about the deal? Anything can happen."
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