Liverpool have reportedly won the race to sign Fluminense goalkeeper Marcelo Pitaluga.
According to Globo Esporte, the Merseyside giants have identified Alisson's Brazilian compatriot Pitaluga as a potential future replacement.
The report suggests that the Premier League champions are prepared to pay £930,000 up front for the prospect, with the same figure being paid in add-ons at a later date.
Pitaluga is said to be happy to pen a three-year contract, but those terms could be extended through to 2025.
The youngster possesses a German passport, something which has aided Liverpool's bid to push through the transfer.