The Brazilian's transfer initially broke down after a failure to agree personal terms, but the deal is close to being completed and the 31-year-old is due at Anfield on Tuesday
Roma goalkeeper Alexander Doni is set for a medical at Liverpool on Tuesday, according to reports.
Sky Sports News suggests the Brazilian is now on the verge of completing his move to Anfield, after initial attempts to sign the 31-year-old were unsuccessful due to a failure to agree personal terms.
Doni is now due to sign for Kenny Dalglish's side this week however, despite the bulk of the playing squad and staff jetting off to Asia on a pre-season tour.
The player's agent also explained on Friday that he believed the Brazilian would join the club this week.
Doni is expected to provide experienced back-up to the long-term Anfield goalkeeper Pepe Reina, while his arrival could spell the end of Brad Jones' short Liverpool career.
Jones was loaned out to Championship side Derby County towards the end of last season, and could leave the club permanently this summer after just one season on Merseyside.