No offers for Roma's Alisson, says Monchi
Alisson has consistently been linked with a move away from Roma, but Monchi says the club have received no bids for the goalkeeper.
Monchi says Roma are yet to receive an offer for star goalkeeper Alisson and do not fear losing the Brazil international.
Alisson has established himself as one of Europe's top goalkeepers this season, playing a key role in Roma's run to the Champions League quarter-finals.
His form has reportedly attracted the attention of Liverpool and Real Madrid, but sporting director Monchi insists there is nothing in rumours of bids as of yet.
"We are not afraid of losing Alisson," Monchi told Mediaset Premium's Serie A Live. "He is happy to be here with us and we are happy with him.
"What we read in the newspapers is not always true. We do not know of any offer. I speak to [Alisson] every week; he is happy and wants to do important things here in Rome."
Alisson is set to be Brazil's number one at the World Cup in June, having featured in 16 of their 18 qualifiers as they topped the CONMEBOL standings.
Roma will play Barcelona in the last eight of the Champions League.