In an exclusive interview with Goal Brasil, the Selecao’s first-choice custodian says he is yet to settle his future as reports of a move to Italian club Roma intensify.
"My situation is yet to be defined, we are going over the final details, so it is still possible both to go and to stay with Internacional,” he said.
"2015 was a very good year for me. I started by making a real statement at Inter after nine years of club football. I have learned an awful lot and I am still young, so I hope to learn much more.
And Alisson insists that, for now, he remains entirely focused on achieving his goals with his current club, who narrowly missed out on a Copa Libertadores place following their fifth-place finish in the Brasileirao 2015.
“Inter have retained the base of our squad,” he said. “We lost some players, but reinforcements are coming. We expect to go into every competition to win it and play every game like it’s a final.”
“We learned a lot from last year. We let ourselves down at decisive moments, making mistakes we couldn’t afford, but we reached a good level in the Libertadores. This year we will seek a national title.”
The 23-year-old, who is currently in USA competing in the Florida Cup, is unlikely to be around to seek that national league title, however, as he is widely expected to seal his move to the Italian capital following the local state championships which end in May.
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