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22-Nov-2020, 01:21 am

‘Jota won’t stay at Liverpool, he’ll go higher’ – Former team-mate tips Portuguese forward to leave Anfield


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Diogo Jota will not be sticking around at Liverpool, claims his former Pacos de Ferreira team-mate Stephen Eustaquio, with the Portuguese forward being tipped to “go higher”.

Jota, though, is showing across the early months of his time on Merseyside that he is capable of gracing any side on the planet.

An immediate impact has been made with the Premier League champions since completing a £45 million ($60m) move from Wolves.

The Portugal international has hit seven goals through 11 appearances, with that return including a Champions League hat-trick against Atalanta.

Eustaquio is not surprised to see the 23-year-old shining on the grandest of stages and believes he is destined for even bigger and better things in the future.

He told La Vanguardia: “Jota was in Pacos, Atletico Madrid, Porto, Liverpool. He works a lot.

“He is a very hard-working person, very delicate with the ball; he plays a lot.

“He is not going to stay there; he is going to go higher. I shared a dressing room with him, he was captain of the Portugal Under-21 team.”

For now, Jota is happy at Liverpool and tied to a long-term contract, but he has come a long way in a short space of time and Eustaquio believes dedication to any craft will always be rewarded.

“In bad times he Jota showed a very strong personality,” the midfielder added.“He is a very humble person and deserves to be where he is.”

While Eustaquio would appear to be suggesting that Jota could link up with the likes of Barcelona or Real Madrid at some stage in his career, Liverpool legend John Barnes has claimed that the versatile frontman would not enjoy the same success in La Liga as he has in England.

The Reds icon told BonusCodeBets: “I thought he was a good player for Wolves, I thought he would do well but I don’t think anyone would imagine he’d be doing this well.

“If Jota goes to Barcelona, for example, he won’t go there and score loads of goals or play as well.


Source : goal.com

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