- Manchester United goalie David De Gea could be on his way to Real Madrid this summer
- Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have told the club's chiefs to bring him to the Bernabeu
- He has also reportedly told Los Blancos not to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly told the club's chiefs not to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson when the summer transfer window opens.
There have been many reports that Real Madrid are planning to sign Alisson this summer as a replacement for current number one Keylor Navas.
But according to the fresh report by Spanish media outlet Don Balon, Ronaldo has kicked against Real Madrid's interest in signing Alisson.
Ronaldo has instead told Los Blancos' chiefs that they should try all their best to sign Manchester United goalie David De Gea as Ronaldo believes the Spaniard is better than Alisson.
Real Madrid are eyeing a move for Roma goalkeeper Alisson after they were reportedly told by Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah to sign him.
Salah has emerged as a summer transfer target for Real Madrid, and the former Chelsea star is said to have told Los Blancos to sign Alisson as the condition that will make him to join them.
Real Madrid chiefs will want to honor Cristiano Ronaldo's request considering his performances for the club since he joined from Manchester United.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah gave Spanish champions Real Madrid the only condition that will make him to join then this summer.
The Egyptian star has emerged as the main summer target for Real Madrid, and Los Blancos are ready to meet Liverpool's demand this summer.
But Salah is said to have told the Spanish club to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker, claiming he wants to have a reunion with the Brazilian stopper.
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