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According to The Express, Liverpool do not want to sell Naby Keita in the summer transfer window.

It has been reported that the Reds intend to keep the former RB Leipzig midfielder beyond the summer transfer window.

The report has added that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is willing to stand by the 25-year-old central midfielder despite his struggles in the Premier League.

However, according to Milan Live this week, as translated by The Express, the Guinea international is ready to leave Liverpool to rediscover his best form.

The report in the Italian news outlet has also claimed of interest from several clubs in the Bundesliga, and has added that AC Milan could make a move once Ralf Rangnick takes charge of the club.



Liverpool Stay

Keita cost Liverpool £53 million in transfer fees, according to The Express, but the Guinea international has failed to make a huge impact at the club.

According to WhoScored, the 25-year-old has played just nine times in the Premier League and four times in the Champions League so far this season.

During the 2018-19 campaign, the midfielder made 16 starts and nine substitute appearances in the league, and played six Champions League games, according to WhoScored.

It is clear that Keita has struggled at Liverpool, but it would make sense for the 25-year-old to stick around at Anfield for one more season at least, as he has what it takes to play regularly under manager Klopp.

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