Leipzig chief in big admission over future of Liverpool target Keita

Clyde Nash
August 3, 2017

RB Leipzig boss Ralph Hasenhuttl is "100 per cent" sure that Naby Keita will be playing his football at Red Bull Arena next season putting further doubt over Liverpool's chances of signing the player.

Keita, however, has a £48m release clause inserted into his contract which activates next summer, meaning Liverpool would be able to sign him at a massive cut-price deal - but would have a number of other potential suitors to battle with.

The German club have since reportedly rejected two bids from Liverpool for the midfielder over the summer.

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"I am not now assuming that we will be able to extend his contract prematurely", Rangnick told Sport Bild.

"But I can assure everyone that Naby will play for us this season".

Rangnick said: "It does not matter at all whether it's 75million or 100million euros".

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Keita's bad tackle on teammate Diego Demme that caused a premature end to a training session last month was presented in some quarters as a sign of his ongoing frustration, although Leipzig were quick to play down the incident.

Ragnick insists that it is not a question of money, with Liverpool not succeeding even if they offered €100m, as RB Leipzig do not want to break up a team that finished second in the Bundesliga last term and qualified for the Champions League in the new campaign.

"We have not developed for five years so that we can lose one of our best players in the first Champions League year".

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"He is more focused on us and has more fun now than a year ago".

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