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Liverpool Make Third £74.2M Bid For Keita As Midfielder Seemingly Grow Frustrated At Leipzig

Premier League giants have now launched a third bid of £74.2million for star Naby Keita, according to reports.

Naby Keita

Jurgen Klopp wants to bolster his squad as he is desperate to challenge for the Premier League title in the upcoming season.

Klopp is keen on roping in highly-rated midfielder Naby Keita this summer and had earlier seen a €65m (£57m) second bid for Keita rejected by Leipzig.

But Liverpool have now come back with an improved offer for Leipzig midfielder, according to German paper Bild.

Klopp wants to sign Keita this summer

Keita also grabbed the headlines on Monday after losing temper during the training session and it is believed that he is frustrated at not being allowed to make a move to Liverpool this summer.

The Guinea international committed a two-footed horror tackle on team-mate Diego Demma and Leipzig boss had to cancel the training session.

The midfielder is believed to be desperate to make a switch to Liverpool, but the club are have made it clear that they do not want to sell their prized asset.

Naby Keita was in trouble after committing a horror tackle on team-mate Diego Demma

Demme was pictured hobbling from the pitch with the support of coaching staff and is said to have been taken to hospital in Innsbruck for assessment.

Leipzig boss was so angry with the uncalled for tackle that he stopped the practice session and order the team to head back to the hotel.

However later, Leipzig stated that the 25-year-old has not sustained any serious damage.

“Let off for Diego Demme. He suffered a bruised knee from a tackle in training, but his meniscus & ligaments are fine. Get well soon, Diego!” the Bundesliga club confirmed on Twitter.

Naby Keita is desperate to move to Liverpool

There were also reports that the former boss is ready to wait until the next summer transfer window to finally rope in Keita.

A clause in the midfielder’s current contract states that he can leave the club for £48m after 12 months.

But Leipzig sporting director Ralph Rangnick has accentuated that the club not sell any of their star players and are trying to convince Keita to sign a new contract.

Leipzig bosses are not willing to sell any of their key players.

Meanwhile, the midfielder’s social media activity has handed a huge boost to Liverpool fans.

Keiata took to Instagram on Sunday and followed Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, hinting at where he wants to play this summer.

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