Diogo Jota, forward - Liverpool FC
Diogo Jota provided further Premier League-proven quality in Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool FC squad after joining from Wolverhampton Wanderers in September 2020.
The new Reds No.20 had netted 16 goals in 67 top-flight outings in the previous two seasons as Wolves recorded successive seventh-placed finishes, plus nine Europa League strikes during a run to the quarter-finals in 2019-20.
A hugely versatile forward capable of featuring in any role of a front three and in wide midfield positions, Jota earned full international honours for Portugal, too, and opened his account for his country just weeks before signing for Liverpool.
He originally switched to Wolves on loan from Atletico Madrid in 2017 and hit 17 goals that year to help fire them out of the Championshi...
Date of birth
4 December 1996
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