Liverpool's Premier League rivals contact Naby Keita… the Guinean reacts superbly

Margot Aubert
Juillet 15, 2017

The Reds have already had one bid of £57m rejected for the RB Leipzig midfielder, but the Liverpool Echo have reported that they are set to go back in with another massive offer of £65m in the coming days.

Naby Keïta might yet get his move to Liverpool as the Reds aim to increase their bid for the Guinean next week and could offer as much as £65 million to RB Leipzig for his services.

Such an offer would, at this stage of the summer transfer window, ensure that the breakout Bundesliga star of last season ranks joint sixth in the most expensive transfers of all time.

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Naby can operate as a defensive midfielder, creative central midfielder and also a productive attacking midfielder. In your opinion, should Klopp splash 70 million pounds to sign him?

Klopp faced the media for the first time this summer following his side's 4-0 win in a friendly at Tranmere and would not speak about Liverpool's pursuit of Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk.

That would leave Keita, who began pre-season training on Thursday, having to agitate for a move one year after joining from sister club Red Bull Salzburg. "He can play the holding role and the role a bit further forward, which I think is his better position". We cannot only buy players because other teams buy players.

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He also quashed speculation that Keita's contract contains a €55m release clause that comes into effect from the summer of 2018.

Leipzig's outward approach may be a final attempt to save face after a nine-week long stance of 'no means no'.

'I'm not nervous - maybe that's the right message for this'.

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