Liverpool’s newest signing has been unveiled, with Diogo Jota arriving from Wolves in a deal that could rise to £45M and sees Ki-Jana Hoever heading in the other direction in a complimentary deal that could see the Reds recoup as much as £13.5M.

On the surface those are big top line numbers, but Hoever heading in the other direction and a unique payment structure will help the Reds during a time of financial uncertainty—all while adding a very, very talented player who fits a clear need in the squad and has room to grow.