Alisson Ramses Becker, better known by his nickname Alisson, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays goalie for Premier League club Liverpool and the Brazil national team. He was born on October 2, 1992.

In 2019, he was awarded FIFA’s Best Goalkeeper and received the Yashin Trophy for the first time.

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Alisson Becker. Source: goal.com

Alisson played for Brazil at various junior levels until making his senior international debut in 2015. He went on to win the Copa América Centenario in 2016, the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and the 2019 and 2021 Copa América, as well as being named the tournament’s best goalkeeper.

Career

The prodigy’s football career began early when he joined the international academy in 2002, which is a team in the highest tier of the Brazilian football league system. Alisson and his older brother Muriel, who currently plays for the Portuguese club Belenenses, both joined the young team.

Before breaking into the senior team, Alisson had to put his head down and work hard for nearly four years. In 2009, Alisson was called up to the Brazil U17 team, where he made nine appearances. He was a member of the U21 side in 2013 and 2014, but the selectors didn’t see him as a good fit for the senior squad until 2015.

Alisson made his International professional debut in the Campeonato Gaucho Championship in 2013. In 2015, he made his international debut for Brazil against Venezuela in the FIFA World Cup qualifications, which Brazil won 3-1. In 2015, Allison made three more appearances for Brazil.

Allison improved a lot as a goalkeeper at International. He only played 11 games the year after his debut because he had to battle with another Brazilian goalkeeper, Dida.

In 2016, he took over as the team’s primary goalkeeper, making 57 appearances across all competitions. Alisson hailed his presence in style by leading his club to their fourth consecutive victory in the Campeonato Gacho Championship.

Alisson made his team debut against FC Porto in the UEFA Champions League. Alisson struggled at first because he was unfamiliar with the South American style of defenders playing high up the pitch.

As a result, he only appeared in 15 games, all of them were in cup tournaments. Alisson rose to prominence with the transfer of Roma’s primary goalkeeper and was soon starting games for his team. He is one of the most entertaining goalkeepers in recent memory due to his ability to stop both close range and long-range efforts.

Net worth

He has only been playing in Europe for a short time, but his net worth is rapidly increasing. It is currently estimated to be worth around 9 million euros (8 million Pound). His market value is in the stratosphere.

He has only recently been transferred, but he has already demonstrated that he is worth the money. As a result, we believe his market value is higher than his most recent transfer fee. It is projected that it will cost around 90 million euros (81 million Pound).

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