Thiago's wife Julia Vigas gushes about how proud she is of Liverpool new boy as they begin 'new adventure' at Anfield

THIAGO already looked right at home on his Liverpool debut and it appears his wife is also settling well into her new life.

The Spaniard was introduced at half-time in the 2-0 win over Chelsea and wasted no time in setting a new passing record.


In a hugely impressive cameo following his £25million switch from Bayern Munich, the 29-year-old made 75 passes in total – more than any other Prem player in 90 minutes.

Not only did he earn the plaudits from his manager, his glamourous wife Julia Vigas also shared her happiness on Instagram.

Alongside a picture of Thiago in a Liverpool shirt, she wrote: "So happy tostart this adventure with you and our kids.

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"Very proud of you! We LOVE you papi."

The couple, both from Barcelona, married in 2015 and have a young son together called Gabriel and a six-month-old daughter named Siena.

Vigas is part-owner of The Terramar hotel, with her brothers and father, on the Costa Brava.

She often keeps her 122,000 Insta followers updated with images of their happily family.

And it's fair to say Klopp is more than happy to introduce them to the Liverpool family.




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Sundays💙

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After his performance against Chelsea, he said: "It's pretty simple, he is – and nobody would see it in a different way – an absolutely exceptional player.

"It's difficult, and we said that last year like we said it this year, to improve a team like us at the moment in a normal way.

"Again, it is nothing with other teams, but if you take £300 or £400 million, then we can find some players [to improve], but even then it is not easy.

"In this specific case, he is a [Liverpool] player because he brings in a different dimension in our game, that is true.

"He has some skills that are in general pretty rare, but they suit us pretty well. So it doesn't mean it says anything about the other players, it is only different and of course that is what I was very interested in.

"But apart from that, he was pretty excited about the opportunity as well so there was not a lot of convincing needed and that helps as well if someone really wants to be part of a specific project, that's nice.

"So all the things came pretty much together and that is what I would say is a win-win situation and I am really happy we could do it."

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