Liverpool have finished the marking of Alisson Becker for a charge of €75m (£67m), subject to the Roma goalkeeper passing a therapeutic.
The 25-year-old went to England on a private stream on Wednesday evening and will experience a restorative with the Reds in the following couple of days.
Alisson is set to wind up the most costly goalkeeper ever, with Liverpool outperforming the £34.7m charge Manchester City paid for Ederson in 2017.
Alisson will progress toward becoming Jurgen Klopp's fourth marking of the late spring, joining individual fresh introductions Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri at Anfield.
The Brazil global, who highlighted at the World Cup in Russia prior this late spring, showed up for Roma last season.
He was a piece of the side that endured a 7-6 total annihilation to Liverpool in the semi-finals of the Champions League.