Ki-Jana Hoever makes the switch from Liverpool to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League, which pays around ten million pounds (almost eleven million euros) for the 18-year-old Dutchman.
The defender has signed a contract for five seasons with the Wolves, the club that finished handsomely seventh in the English league last year. How far will Matt Doherty leave for Tottenham Hotspur?
He left Ajax‘s youth training for Liverpool in the summer of 2018, made his debut in the first FA Cup at the age of 16 against the Wolves and won Liverpool’s first national title in thirty years, but did not make it from a Premier League debut.
8 January 2019: the 16-year-old makes his debut for Liverpool in the FA Cup:
However, in addition to matches in the FA Cup, the native of Amsterdam played two matches in the other English Cup, the League Cup, and sat on the bench while winning the World Cup for club teams and the European Supercup.
He has also been a member of the national youth selections for many years. In May 2019, he captured the European title with the Dutch under 17 and last season he finished fourth with that team at the World Cup in Brazil.
Jota from Wolves to Liverpool
According to several English media, including the BBC, Diogo Jota is taking the opposite route. The 23-year-old Portuguese outdoor player is reported to be leaving the Wolves for Liverpool for some EUR 45 million, signing a five-year commitment.
On Friday, the English national champion announced that the midfielder Thiago Alcántara has taken over from Bayern Munich.