Liverpool agree terms with bundes liga club Hoffenheim for the signing of Roberto Firmino.
Firmino, who is said to have agreed terms with the Club is set to become Liverpool’s second most expensive signing.
The 23-year-old, who is currently on National duty playing for his country in the Copa America in Chile, would need to be granted a work permit.
Reds chief executive Ian Ayre is in Chile in talks with the player for a possible five-year deal at the Premier League club.
Liverpool have recently signed some players, Burnley striker Danny Ings, goalkeeper Adam Bogdan, defender Joe Gomez and midfielder James Milner and will do everything to bring the Brazilian talent to Anfield.
Firmino, who has scored 49 times in 153 appearances for Hoffenheim, was on target for Brazil in their 2-1 Copa America victory over Venezuela on Sunday