A bonus from Diogo Jota could decide the Premier League

This Premier League is being a long-distance race between two giants of current football. Manchester City and Liverpool have endured in the fight until the last day in search of the title whose search began in the last weeks of last summer.

Facing the last date of the championship, Manchester City and Liverpool face two teams with their goals already closed as Aston Villa and Wolverhampton respectively. With Gerrard on the rival bench and playing against the team that ‘stole’ Grealish from them, Villa have plenty of motivation to try and surprise City. But what can you expect from the Wolves?

Although his rival is Liverpool, this is also his ‘favourite’ to win the competition. As reported Daily Mail this Friday, when there are barely hours left for the decisive matches to start, Wolves would benefit if Liverpool win the Premier since they signed an important bonus in the transfer of Diogo Jota in case the Portuguese won that tournament.

Thus, suspicions hang over the Molineux team in the United Kingdom due to an intentional poor performance for the reds to ensure victory and that the multi-million dollar bonus depends only on Villa managing to score against Manchester City. With an advantage of two points, the skyblue need to win yes or yes to close the championship. Any draw or defeat, if there is a victory for Liverpool, would make Klopp’s champion.

Although the amount of the bonus has not come to light, it is known that just over two million euros will be the prize that Molineux will obtain if they maintain eighth place in the Premier League. Both Leicester, two points away, and Brighton, three, could storm the position. One that they could leave on the last day with significant budgetary joy if his former teammate Diogo Jota lifts the trophy at Anfield in his presence.

Even more money for a historic transfer

A victory for Diogo Jota would mean giving even more money than the 44.7 million euros that Liverpool paid for the winger, this being the most expensive transfer in the history of Wolverhampton. On 20/21, the departures of Hélder Costa (€17.7 M to Leeds) and Matt Doherty (€16.8 M to Tottenham) together with that of the now Liverpool player made up the podium of the most expensive sales .

After passing as a ‘ghost’ signing of Atlético de Madrid (he did not make his debut in an official match), Diogo Jota has shown in England to be a talent on a par with the best. Competing with the trio made up of Firmino, Mané and Salah, the Porto player has scored 21 goals and eight assists in 53 games. An account that he will want to expand in the last two and most important matches of the campaign against his former team and what could be his great rival, Real Madrid, whom he will face on May 28 in the Champions League final .

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