15 January, 2018
However, RB Leipzig director of football has shut down that talk once and for all, by confirming that Keita will remain in Germany until the end of June.
As the rumours continue to rumble, Keita managed to get himself on the scoresheet in Leipzig's 3-1 win against Schalke yesterday.
The Daily Mirror have announced that Naby Keita's transfer from Leipzig to Liverpool could take place this January despite recent denials from Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.
However, the Guinea worldwide had hoped he could move to Anfield six months earlier with reports of Liverpool offering the Bundesliga side another £13million to release him from the original agreement.
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"We won't allow @LFC to sign him early, even though they have shown renewed interest to bring him in during this transfer window". It would only have been possible to reach a mutual agreement, if an exorbitant additional fee was involved.
The two clubs struck an initial deal in August regarding a future move to Anfield for Keita at the end of the 2017-18 season.
"Naby and his agent have also accepted this decision", Rangnick said.