Liverpool have reached an agreement on personal terms with Diogo Jota after quick contacts today with his agent Jorge Mendes. He is ready to sign until June 2025. Negotiation progressing between Liverpool fc and Wolverhampton to complete the agreement [final fee could be around €43m].
Liverpool are closing in on a £35m deal for Wolves forward Diogo Jota that could be completed as early as Saturday.
The move comes just hours after the Premier League champions secured the signing of champions league winner Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich in a deal that is worth £25m.
Jota left Molineux before kick-off against Stoke in the Carabao Cup and was an unused substitute at the weekend in their win against Sheffield United.
Meanwhile, he is set to join Wolves on a permanent deal after terms were agreed between the two English Premier League sides.
The Premier League champions have identified the Portuguese international as an ideal signing to provide much-needed cover for their forward line heading into the hectic 2020-21 season
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