While Liverpool wait for the final details of their £26.5million deal that will bring Fernando Torres to Anfield, yet another youngster has announced he is on the way to Merseyside.
Alexandrov, 18, has told Bulgarian radio he has already passed a medical with Benitez's outfit.
Alexandrov revealed he will finish his current youth season with CSKA before linking up with Liverpool.
He said: "Everything is done - I've passed a medical, agreed terms, the only thing left is to sign the contract.
"Even in my most optimistic dreams, I never thought I would move to a club this big."
Alexandrov's capture is Liverpool's second raid on Bulgaria following the signing of Levski goalkeeper Nikolai Mihkaylov last week.
In the last few days the arrivals of youngsters Dani Pacheco, Alex Kacaniklic, Marvin Purie, Mikel San Jose, Krisztian Nemeth and Andras Simon have all been confirmed.
It is the latest move by Benitez to bolster the back-up players at Anfield.
During the now infamous Benitez tirade the day after the club's Champions League final defeat in Athens, Benitez not only pleaded for more cash to bring in top line players who can win titles, but he also decried the quality coming through the ranks at Anfield.
In the last weeks or so, a host of teenagers have arrived at the club, Alexandrov becoming the latest.
Liverpool have also given new contracts to half a dozen members of the club's highly successful FA Youth Cup-winning squad, local youngsters who have won that trophy for two successive seasons.
They include Craig Lindfield, Robbie Threlfall, Ray Putterill and Jay Spearing.
But in the last 12 months teenagers Astrit Ajdarevic, Martin Hansen, Emiliano Insua, Nabir El Zhar, Jordy Brouwer, Francisco Duran and Ronald Huth have also all joined the club.
What is very clear is that Benitez's desire to re-organise the academy system in the wake of Steve Heighway's departure shows just how dissatisfied he is with the production line of youth talent.
To such an extent that he has organised a massive raid on the youth ranks of Europe, from Sweden to Bulgaria. And there will be more to follow.