Former Brazilian national team player Kleberson is certain that former teammate Dani Alves would be an instant hit for Champions League holders Liverpool if the Reds sign him this summer.
In his recent interview monitored by Goal, Kleberson believes that Daniel Alves will fit in with the robust philosophy at Liverpool.
Kleberson and Daniel Alves played together for the Brazilian national team between 2006 and 2010.
Brazil won their fifth and final FIFA World Cup title 17 years ago (in 2002) and Kleberson was a part of that team.
The former Brazilian international attacker played for Manchester United in the Premier League having joined shortly after the tournament in South Korea and Japan.
Kleberson also revealed that he has tried and failed to convince Daniel Alves to move to Major League Soccer (MLS) where he presently works as a coach.
Daniel Alves is presently without a club after his contract with French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) came to an end this summer.
He won two successive league titles during his two-year spell with PSG.
Daniel Alves has been linked with a move to the Premier League but he’s currently on duty with the Brazilian national team at the ongoing COPA America tournament on home soil.
Daniel Alves will lead Brazil as the captain during their COPA America final clash with Peru on Saturday.