Liverpool Football Shirt Signed by Diogo Jota
Liverpool Football shirt 2020/2021 season in a quality white framed display signed by Diogo Jota.
Diogo Jose Teixeira da Silva known as Diogo Jota is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League Club Liverpool and the Portugal national team. He started playing with Pacos de Ferreira , signing for Atletico Madrid after two seasons in the Primeira Liga and being consecutively loaned to Porto and Wolverhampton Wanderers. In 2018, he moved to the latter club on permanent deal. He signed with Liverpool FC in 2020 in a long-term deal, reportedly for £41 million. Jota played for Portugal at under – 19, under – 21 and under -23 levels. He Made is senior debut in 2019.
This liverpool football shirt has been clearly signed with a permanent black marker by Diogo Jota and comes in a white framed display with 4 photos in each corner and an engraved plaque reading ‘personally signed by Diogo jota’.
- Frame size 32inch (h) x 24inch (w)
- This item also comes with photo proof.
- Item comes with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Please note: signed autographs size and position may slightly differ.
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