Liverpool to sign Keita tomorrow

Liverpool to sign Keita tomorrow

He will be a Liverpool player in the summer.

Liverpool reportedly want to bring Keita to Merseyside early after losing Philippe Countinho, who signed for Barcelona last week for €160 million (US$192 million).

But after the match, Rangnick insisted Keita has not informed them of a desire to leave.

Rangnick added to Sky Germany about Keita: "Neither the player has told us that he wants to change, nor is there an offer from Liverpool".

"That's all there is to it".

After Leipzig's Jean-Kevin Augustin had a penalty saved by Schalke goalkeeper Ralf Fahrmann, Keita struck by rifling a shot home off his right boot on 41 minutes.

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Keita was booked in the second half, his fifth yellow card of the season ensuring he'll be suspended for the following game. He's only scored a couple of goals, he seems a little bit distant.

The Reds are now in fourth place in the Premier League table as they chase Champions League qualification for the second season running under Jurgen Klopp.

Recent reports suggested that Liverpool were looking into the prospect of bringing the move forward by five months, though, as they are keen to bolster their midfield ranks for the business end of the current season. Referee Felix Brych allowed the goal to stand.

While the German worldwide was appealing for a penalty, the ball looped off Stark's boot and into the net for the winning own goal on 78 minutes.

Eintracht Frankfurt and Freiburg also drew 1-1 while Augsburg moved on to 27 points with a 1-0 victory over Hamburg SV.

But Theodor Gebre Selassie pulled Bremen level just past the hour mark, leaving Hoffenheim in eighth place on 27 points.

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