Natalia Becker, Wife of Liverpool’s player Alisson Becker shares the picture of their 10-month-old baby

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Liverpool goalkeeper, Alisson Becker and his beautiful wife Natalia Becker shared the picture of their baby boy Matteo online to celebrate his 10-month birthday. The proud mom could not keep calm as she displayed the enviable picture of her son with the Brazilian goal stopper online to the admiration of her 234,000 Instagram followers.

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10 months old 🐻⚽️❤️

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Alisson Becker and Natalie Becker got married back in 2015. Meanwhile, before they tied the knot in 2015, the duo has been together for a while. Reports revealed that Alisson and Natalie have been together since she was in college studying to become a medical doctor.

In 2015 the duo decided to take things serious between as Alisson walked her down the aisle in holy matrimony. Two years after their wedding, precisely in April 2017, they had their first daughter named Elena and after two years, 2019, again they welcomed the arrival of their second child Matteo who is currently 10-months-old.

Alisson Becker started his football career in the Brazilian club side at Internacional. He started from the youth wing of the club from 2002 to 2012 before he was recruited into the first team. In 2013, the Brazilian goal stopper switched to Europe as he signed for As Roma with a fee of about £8 million.

He became a great prospect for Liverpool after the end of 2018 Champions League when Liverpool goal stopper Loris Karius fumbled at the finals against Real Madrid FC which gave the trophy cheaply to Los Blancos. In 2019, after Liverpool sent Karius out on loan, it became compelling that Liverpool gets the signature of another keeper who will replace Lori’s Karius.

Liverpool FC was able to get the signature of Alisson Becker after a whopping sum of about €62.50m was paid to AS Roma to land the Brazilian man in England. Expectedly, since Becker joined the Reds, he has been an integral part of the club helping the club win its seventh Champions League trophy in 2019.

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