We would urge supporters to remain calm with regards our interest in Keïta and also Virgil van Dijk.
Liverpool are set to make a £70m ($90m) bid for Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita with Jurgen Klopp unwilling to take no for an answer in the pursuit. It isn't as if the club can't afford the sum, it's a case of getting players that can well perform to Keita's level more than anything else.
But his fellow countryman and ex-Reds striker Titi Camara claims the star wants to move to Merseyside, surely giving Klopp the upper hand. "I didn't manage to get back but worked hard over the summer to get back to this point". We have to set the bar very high. One of his concerns is midfield, as per reports.
The statistics would show that Keita is indeed around the same level quality of midfielder as those previously mentioned during their final seasons with their clubs. "He can play the holding role and the role a bit further forward, which I think is his better position". Liverpool had a £57 million bid for Keita turned down last week and are reported to be readying a second attempt. It is all about doing the right things.
The reports mark a welcome boost to the Anfield club as fans are on tenterhooks with rumours fluctuating either way.
"Things like this happen in life, not only football. It is not that we are doing something that other clubs are not doing or we are more silly or they are more smart".
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