In 2019 Alisson Becker got named as FIFA's best Goalkeeper and was also the recipient of the "inaugural Yashin" Trophy.
Alisson started his career playing for Brazilian Football Club Internacional, where he made over 100 appearances for them and won the "Best Goalkeeper" in each of his four seasons at the club.
Allison's 67 million pounds move to Anfield from Roma saw him become the world's most expensive goalkeeper.
Alisson is married to his beautiful wife Natalia Loewe, a physician from Brazil. The lovely couple met each other in 2012 while Natalia was studying to become a doctor. They got married in 2015, and have two kids.
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Alisson recently lost his father Jose Becker, who died after drowning in a lake near his holiday home in Brazil.
The English Premier League club Liverpool took to their official profile page to show their support for Allison Becker and his family.
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