Liverpool to increase their bid for Naby Keita after an initial bid of £57 million was rejected

LIVERPOOL are going to step up their bid to tempt RB Leipzig into selling Naby Keita with a £65 million offer.

➤Reds to make improved £65m bid for Naby Keita

Jurgen Klopp has made The Guinea international his number one target and is looking to smash the club transfer record for the second time this summer.
The Reds have had a £57m bid rejected by last season’s Bundesliga’s runners up but aren’t giving up hope of pushing through a sale.

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They are looking to take advantage of a split in the Leipzig camp with sporting director Ralf Rangnick insisting that Keita isn't for sale.
While head coach Ralph Hasenhuttl and chairman Oliver Mintzlaff are ready to sell for around £70m, which is still someway short of what Liverpool are offering.

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