The 25-year-old international from Portugal joined Wolves in 2020 for £41 million, scoring 34 goals in 85 appearances.
As Liverpool won the FA Cup and EFL Cup and placed second in the Premier League and Champions League last season, he scored 21 goals.
From the club’s standpoint, it’s evidence that they believe in me as a player, according to Jota.
“Since I’ve been here for two years, I’ve established myself as a significant member of this squad, which is exactly what I intended from the start.”
Jota, whose contract ended in 2025, missed the preseason because of a hamstring injury and said he would be sidelined for “a few more weeks.”
When you battle for everything like we did the previous year, he added that you want to do it again and better because it’s possible.
“I have that desire, and I’m sure my teammates and the whole staff have, too. We have everything we need to compete for those championships.
“He provides us so many alternatives as a striker who can play on the flank, and since he arrived to Liverpool, he has progressed so much,” manager Jurgen Klopp remarked.
As I’ve already said, Diogo is the player we thought he would be but also a little better. May this trend continue.
After Sadio Mane, a fellow attacker, left for Bayern Munich last month, Mohamed Salah agreed to a new three-year deal.