Naby Keita set foot in Anfield for a £52.75 million move from the German club, RB Leipzig four years ago. However, since coming to Anfield, he has mostly failed to meet expectations.
In 116 appearances for Liverpool, the Guinean has managed only 11 goals, with his four seasons at the club due to injuries.
Paris Saint-Germain’s interest
Naby Keita has been linked with PSG. It may appear to be standard market data without any news, however, this is correct. Two leaks have surfaced that locate him near the Parc des Princes, as well as a third that contradicts the first, so it’s worth delving into the details of the claim.
After a lengthy and eventful run, Liverpool’s season has come to an end. The Reds had a good season, with Jurgen Klopp’s side finishing second in the Premier League and losing in the UCL final.
According to reports from Imedias.net in Naby Keita’s native country, PSG wants him to replace Gini Wijnaldum, who has failed to adjust to French football. As a result, PSG is said to be willing to pay up to £42.5 million for Naby Keita which Liverpool isn’t satisfied with.
Naby Keita’s current situation
Naby Keita’s current contract expires in twelve months, making this an important time for both the player and the club.
Through the Anfield edition, according to Ekrem Konu, 2026 is until when Naby Keita’s contract has been extended to.
PSG is reportedly willing to spend €30 million for Naby Keita who has had his greatest season in a Liverpool jersey, according to the writer.
Naby Keita’s position at PSG
PSG’s new sports director, Luis Campos, views Keita as a substitute for dutchman Gini Wijnaldum.
Wijnaldum failed to live up to expectations since his arrival at PSG. However, members of the Parisian leadership had wanted to talk with Keita’s agents but were unable to do so. Liverpool, on the other hand, were linked with a bid for Corentin Tolisso earlier this year, and they may now have the ideal opportunity to sign him.
The 27-year-old midfielder’s contract with Bayern expires next month, allowing the Reds to sign him for nothing. Finally, both the French and English clubs can come to an agreement on a win-win situation. Naby Keita of Paris may be had for roughly 40 million pounds by Liverpool.
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