The fee is the most ever paid for a defender - Manchester City paid £52m to Monaco for Benjamin Mendy in July.
"Southampton have agreed a fee that will set a new world-record for a defender".
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 26: Virgil van Dijk of Southampton and Ademola Lookman of Everton during the Premier League match between Southampton and Everton at St Mary's Stadium on November 26, 2017 in Southampton, England.
In terms of van Dijk's own payment, it is expected that he will be on anything from £180,000 a week upward.
"Today is a proud day for me and my family as I join one of the biggest clubs in world football!" he said on Twitter.
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An official announcement from both clubs has been made with the deal to be concluded on January 1.
"The Netherlands global will be assigned squad number four, upon his arrival at Liverpool".
Van Dijk previously handed in a transfer request in a bid to force a move to Liverpool, leading to then-Southampton manager Claude Puel exiling the defender from first-team action.
According to the tweet, Achterberg liked (tweeted by the Express' Paul Joyce), Liverpool and Southampton have agreed on a deal that will see Van Dijk become the world's most expensive defender - accumulating to around £75m.
While there is no doubting the quality of the Dutch global, the size of the fee for a player who has not been performing at his very best this season may still raise a few eyebrows.
Van Dijk is the sixth player to sign for Liverpool from Southampton since 2014, following the path taken by Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Sadio Mane, Dejan Lovren and Nathaniel Clyne.