About $29 Million, thats what Liverpool paid for Thiago, and now they are close to having to spend $35 Million more, and this time on a Premier League player. Diogo Jota from Wolverhampton had a great season at Wolves last season, scoring 16 goals and six assists in all tournaments from the Portuguese, and it has captured Liverpool's interest.

According to Sky Sports, Liverpool have agreed to give in the vicinity of the $35 Million, if they want to secure Jota's signature. But the $35 could be easier for Liverpool to pay if they manage to send the young defender Ki-Jana Hoever the other way for about $15 Million.

23-year-old Jota makes himself on the offensive, where he can cover all the offensive positions. The intention with Jota should be to create some supply for an already good squad, but also to have some back-up for Salah, Mane and Firmino, where Jota can go in instead of all of them.

It is said that Jota is currently at Liverpool's training ground Melwood, where he will undergo some physical tests before signing a contract with Liverpool one of the coming days.