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Alisson Ramses Becker, who is known as just Alisson Becker, represents the national football team of Brazil, as well as Roma in Serie A. Playing in the position of a goalkeeper, Alisson has made a huge impact upon the team’s performances, helping them to remain a strong competition for the opponent teams, who have found it difficult to net a ball with Alisson being a strong vigil at the box.
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Alisson’s career began at Internacional, where he played in more than 100 games and helped win the Campeonato Gaúcho in every one of his four seasons with them. In 2016, he finished a deal of 7.5 EUR, moving to Roma. As for Brazil, Alisson has represented the country at various youth football levels. After that, he joined the senior team in 2015, and went on to represent the country in the 2016 Copa América Centenario.
When Alisson was only 10 years, he joined the youth academy of Internacional in 2002. Soon, he made great progress through the program, to become a regular in the U23 side. Finally, he debuted in February 2013, in a 1–1 tie at Campeonato Gaúcho with Cruzeiro-RS. Then, he debuted in Série A in August 2013 in a 3–3 draw with Goiás. Finally, he completed the first season with six games.
In the next year, Alisson earned a place as a starter in October and completed the year with 11 league games. He retained his position as a starter in the next season when 57 games. Following this, in February 2016, he went into a pre-contract with Roma, as he signed a deal of five years for a fee of 7.5 million EUR. Alisson played the last match at the team in May 2016, with no goal against Chapecoense. During the four years at the senior side of Internacional, he appeared in over 100 games, as the team won Campeonato Gaúcho titles in every season.
During his spell at the club, Internacional has earned the Campeonato Gaúcho four consecutive times, i.e. in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, besides putting up some memorable performances.
Alisson officially joined Roma in Serie A in July 2016. Then, he debuted for the club in August 2016, in a 1–1 Champions League tie with FC Porto. However, most of his season went by with Alisson in the role of an understudy for Polish international Wojciech Szczęsny. Ultimately, he appeared in 15 games though he did not feature in any league match. Finally, Alisson debuted in Serie A in the first weekend of 2017–18 Serie A, as he started in a 1–0 victory against Atalanta. He then debuted in the Derby della Capitale in November and started in a 2–1 victory against Lazio.
Alisson joined the U17 team of Brazil in the year 2009 and amassed 9 caps. Then, he joined the U21 team in the year 2013, gathering 5 caps. After representing the U17 and U21 levels of Brazil, he received his first call-up to join the main squad of the country in two matches of the qualification phase of World Cup 2018, facing Chile and Venezuela, with the decision to include him being taken by coach Dunga. Finally, he debuted against Venezuela in October. He started in a match that ended in a win of 3–1.
In May 2016, Alisson became one of the members of the 23-player squad for Copa América Centenario. In the first match of the team, which ended as a goalless tie with Ecuador, Alisson fumbled with a Miller Bolaños shot and turned it into an own goal. However, this own goal got waived off, as the ball was detected to be out of play. Brazil faced elimination in the group stage after Alisson conceded 2 goals in 3 games. During the tenure of Alisson at Brazil, the team’s biggest achievements is the Toulon Tournament in the year 2013.
Alisson was born in Novo Hamburgo, a municipality in Brazil in the southern-most state of Rio Grande do Sul. He was raised by his father, Jose Agostinho Becker, and mother Magali Lino de Souza Becker. He has a brother, Muriel Gustavo Becker, who is also a footballer, playing in the role of a goalkeeper with C.F. Os Belenenses. Alisson married Natália Loewe in 2015, after a relationship of 3 years. The Taurus player and his wife, both Christians, had a daughter named Helena, born in 2016. Alisson mostly keeps his personal life to himself. He prefers to be known for his performances, rather than letting the media make him popular for his personal conquests.
As of 2018, Alisson Becker’s estimated net worth is $3.8 M. This included his properties. His last known annual salary drawn from AS Roma amounted to $2.8 M. His current market value is $55 M, which records for the highest market value in his career so far.
Alisson’s presence in from the goal post, in the Brazilian national team, as well as the clubs he has represented, has led to so great competitions by his team. He has often prevented his opponents from taking away the victory. And at other times, he has made sure to thwart the best efforts them, so that even if his team didn’t win, the opponent had a hard time. As a goalkeeper, with the scope of winning any big recognition and award decreased, he has still managed to be recognized as a valuable goalkeeper for his teams.