Indeed, Nuno argues they "did not lose" Jota.
He explained, "We didn't lose Jota. He had a fantastic three years at Wolves. With maximum performance and extraordinary dedication. Naturally, these things happen in football. Diogo went to Liverpool. I think it was for a great club and for a philosophy where I think he fits. I believe that Jurgen Klopp will continue to get the best out of Diogo. What we wish for him is the best.
"Football is like that. And we have to be prepared to react. When the team is successful and plays well, the players are usually harassed and they themselves want new challenges. This forces us to recruit new players and have the time and patience so that they become better and help us. These things are normal."