WhatsNew2Day - Latest News And Breaking Headlines
Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.

Wolves announce the signing of Dutch central defender Ki-Jana Hoever from Liverpool

Wolves announce £ 10m signing of Liverpool’s Ki-Jana Hoever … as Reds fans eagerly await confirmation of £ 41m Diogo Jota going the other way

  • Wolves sealed the contract of Liverpool’s Ki-Jana Hoever this summer
  • The 18-year-old Dutch center-back made an impression in the Reds’ under-23 squad
  • Diogo Jota goes the other way after agreeing a deal for the winger
  • Hoever is the fifth addition to Wolves this summer, as they strive to get back to the table

Wolves have secured the £ 10m takeover of Liverpool’s Ki-Jana Hoever, their fourth deal of the summer transfer window.

The Dutch center-back played twice in the FA Cup for the Reds’ first team, but never played in the Premier League, but impressed for their under-23 squad.

Hoever is contributing to a strong summer for Wolves, who have already broken their club record fare by capturing Porto’s Fabio Silva for £ 36m, with Vitinha also on loan from the Portuguese club and Lyon Marcal arriving for £ 1.8m .

Wolves have completed the signing of 18-year-old Liverpool defender Ki-Jana Hoever

Wolves have completed the signing of 18-year-old Liverpool defender Ki-Jana Hoever

The Molineux side announced the transfer on Saturday with a slick video on their Twitter

Ho far shone for the Liverpool under-23 squad after being poached from Ajax's academy

Ho far shone for the Liverpool under-23 squad after being poached from Ajax's academy

Ho far shone for the Liverpool under-23 squad after being poached from Ajax’s academy

The teen is the first of two deals forged between the top clubs this summer, with Diogo Jota agreeing on a £ 41m move to Anfield following an outstanding 2019-2020 campaign at Molineux.

Hoever may not have broken into Jurgen Klopp’s first team, but the center-back was on the ride in a golden age at Anfield, witnessing their rapid rise to world champion status and earning multiple matchday squad calls.

The 18-year-old was poached in the Ajax academy under-17 rankings and joined the Reds in August 2018 – just in time for their magical two years of Champions League and Premier League glory.

Wolves made a strong start to the season last weekend, beating Sheffield United 2-0 with a solid performance led by frontman Raul Jimenez.

The defender was part of Jurgen Klopp’s roster during a golden period at Anfield

Advertisement

.