Alexander Doni's proposed move to Liverpool could yet be resurrected, according to the Roma goalkeeper's agent. [LNB] The Serie A side accepted a bid from the Reds last month, only for the Brazilian to turn down their contract offer, deeming the wages to be too low.[LNB]Following Roma's sale of Doni's first-choice rival Artur to Benfica, the 31-year-old is by no means pushing for a move to England.[LNB]However, his representative Ovidio Colucci has revealed Liverpool's interest persist, and suggests a decision on his client's future could become clearer next week.[LNB]"At the moment there's no news on the situation of Doni," he told Calciomercato.it.[LNB]"The hypothesis of Liverpool is still possible. Towards the middle of next week we will know more, since I scheduled a meeting with the leadership of Roma."[LNB]Should Doni remain at Roma, he faces competition from Bogdan Lobont and compatriot Julio Sergio for the number one spot.