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Liverpool's reasons for wanting to extend Diogo Jota's contract

crazy ball – Diogo Jota is likely to play longer at Liverpool. The Reds apparently want to extend his contract.

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Reported by Subwaythat the Premier League giants want to award a new contract which is tempting because the player was able to perform well at the Merseyside football club last season.

Even though he has three years left on his contract, the Reds want to tie him down longer. Last season Diogo Jota scored 21 goals and provided 8 assists for Liverpool. Through his contribution, the Reds also won the FA Cup and the English League Cup. Although unable to help the Premier League champions, helped the Reds reach the Champions League final.

The Portuguese footballer played mostly as a center forward last season, but with the arrival of Darwin Nunez, his playing position will widen to the flanks in the new season.

Diogo Jota has experienced a rapid improvement in form after being bought from Wolves in 2020. Based on his statistics in his first year, he collected 9 goals in 19 appearances in the Premier League. In the 2021/2022 season, there were 15 goals successfully created in 35 matches.

A new contract awaits the former FC Porto player, but Jurgen Klopp did not use his services in the 2022/23 Premier League opener when Liverpool met Fulham on Saturday (6/8) night WIB.

Klopp has confirmed that Diogo Jota must be sidelined with a hamstring injury. The bad news, the player is expected to be out for some time. As a result, there is an opportunity for other attackers to play at the start of the season such as Roberto Firmino, who was left out of the Liverpool first team. presents the latest information in a light language style that is easy to understand and the latest updates of European and international competitions. Also visit our official Youtube channel at @gilabolanews and @gilabolastory

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