Liverpool set to complete deal of Brazilian goalkeeper Marcelo Pitaluga from Fluminense.
The Reds have secured the deal worth £2 million ($2.6m) for the 17-year-old, who will join the club’s academy set-up initially.
Pitaluga, who was part of the Brazilian under-17 squad which won their age group World Cup on home soil in 2019.
Pitaluga has been with Fluminense since the age of seven, and Goal understands the Brazilian club have negotiated a 25 per cent sell-on clause with Liverpool.
On his personal Instagram story, Pitaluga shared a picture of him at Rio de Janeiro airport, with the caption “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, while in February he was pictured alongside Alisson Becker, the Reds’ No 1. Alisson’s brother, Muriel, is Fluminense’s first-choice keeper.