Report – Liverpool ready to agree terms with £120,000 a week Reds star

Liverpool have been looking to agree fresh terms with Naby Keita for quite some time and they are confident that finally a deal will be secured.

A few months back, The Athletic reported that the Reds are trying to seal a new contract with the Guinean international keeping in view he will be out of contract next summer.

News – Liverpool willing to agree terms to finally sign £43.7million star – Report

Now, as per a recent report covered by Football Insider, Liverpool have opened talks to extend the African midfielder’s stay at Anfield and they are increasingly hopeful the player will put pen to paper.

Keita, who currently earns around £120,000 a week (The Mirror), has shown flashes of brilliance since joining the Merseysiders from RB Leipzig in 2018.

However, he has never been able to justify the £52.75million price tag because he has spent the majority of the time on the treatment table.

Therefore, unfortunately, Keita has not been an essential player for Jurgen Klopp and last season, he only started 14 games in the Premier League.

This season, after featuring for just five minutes in the Community Shield victory over Manchester City, the 27-year-old has not made a single appearance for Liverpool. He has been out with a hamstring injury for a while.

Klopp must improve his midfield department and I think the German manager has given the 50-capped international ample time to prove himself but injuries have never helped.

Have your say – Does Naby Keita deserve a pay rise? Should the Reds agree fresh terms with him?

One thought on “Report – Liverpool ready to agree terms with £120,000 a week Reds star

  • September 25, 2022 at 10:25 pm

    Then we’ll be stuck with him as no team will want to pay his ‘valuation’ and/or the likely level of pay he’ll be on.

    We’ll be paying out again whilst getting little or nothing as has happened since he arrived at the club.

    If we can’t do some sort of deal with him and another player in January (Konrad Laimer?), then let’s just cut our losses and let him go, likewise Oxlade-Chamberlain.

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