Leipzig Ready to Complete Keita Liverpool Deal Early

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"That is all we know".

Firmino, 26, has blossomed under the tutelage of Jurgen Klopp and the Reds are determined not to be seen as a selling club just as Borussia Dortmund were under Jurgen Klopp.

But after Philippe Coutinho's £142m exit to Barcelona, reports have claimed Klopp will look to push forward the deal.

In my view, and many others', Torres downed tools before he left Liverpool.

Goal's South American expert Daniel Edwards has described how the man who can't stop dancing, Yerry Mina, is no slouch on the pitch and an able successor for Javier Mascherano.

"They understood that it was what I wanted", Coutinho said.

Leipzig face a battle for Champions League qualification, sitting fifth in the Bundesliga ahead of the return from a mid-season break.

"It was an honour, El Wizard, to play together with you".

Regardless of the details, if accepted, such an offer would be good news for the club, especially in the wake of recent events.

Butland is already one of the league's best goalkeepers at 24 and there's plenty of cash in Klopp's transfer kitty at the moment.

"[But ] he has not had the same impact that he did last season".

Kane has hinted that Spurs will need to match his ambitions if they wish to hang on to him.

RB Leipzig have shot down rumours that Naby Keïta could complete his move to Liverpool six months earlier than expected.

It was great to see him in red, and I thought he looked the business.

Coutinho's continued impressive performances kept Barcelona interested, and they have finally landed their man after Liverpool accepted a huge deal worth a staggering £146million (Sky Sports).

I personally can't wait until Sunday, when Manchester City come to town.

He's a very popular figure at Anfield.

Liverpool have a lot to prove - they have to prove they can cope without Coutinho, that the transfer hasn't derailed their season.

The likes of Emre Can, Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum, James Milner, Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all possess different qualities, but Keita is on another level.

"When a big player leaves, a big player leaves".

They've been linked with Andy Carroll but Jamie Vardy could be a much better fit at Stamford Bridge.