Diogo Jota signs new long-term Liverpool contract

Portugal forward Diogo Jota has marked an additional five-year contract with Liverpool, keeping him at Anfield until 2027.

The 25-year-old was supported in September 2020 and has since emerged as a dependably handle performer for Jurgen Klopp’s side.


Jota committed to 29 objective responsibilities in 2021/22, notwithstanding the way that his game plans for the new mission have been hampered by a hamstring injury and he didn’t feature in pre-season.

“In light of everything, [I’m] really happy, I want to say,” he exhorted Liverpool’s actual site ensuing to putting pen to paper.

“Obviously since I appeared quite a while ago I set out a strong groundwork for myself as a critical player in this gathering – that is the very thing I really wanted from the start.

“By and by, marking one more long deal, it’s plainly as per the club’s perspective confirmation of the trust in myself as a player. For my motivations, obviously it’s perfect to spread out I’ll stay nearby for quite a while.

“Along these lines, the beginning of another season, could we get it going.”

On his actual issue burdens, Jota added: “Tragically for me I had an upset in this pre-season since I got hurt [in the] last round of the time playing with Portugal. Yet again so I was returning this pre-season, I felt it a bit. So it will be two or three extra weeks, I would concur.

“Exactly when you fight for everything, as we did last year, you basically accept that ought to go over it and to improve, because it’s possible.

“That drive is in me and I know it’s in my partners and all the staff. We have all that to fight for those titles out there.”

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