Liverpool have seen a €65million offer for RB
Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita rejected.
As first reported by Bild, the Reds submitted
a big-money offer but it was quickly turned
down by the Bundesliga club, who insist the
22-year-old is not for sale.
"We will definitely not be letting any key players go," RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick said at a press conference last week.
"There's nothing that will make us budge."
Keita was instrumental in leading Leipzig to a
surprise second-place finish in the Bundesliga
last term, qualifying the club for the Champions League.
He has emerged as Jurgen Klopp's top target
this summer, as the Red boss seeks to add to
the arrival of Roma winger Mohamed Salah
and Chelsea attacker Dominic Solanke.