Liverpool agreed to sign the Guinea midfielder for a fee of £66.4m in August but the deal meant Keita playing one final season with the German side, who had qualified for the Champions League for the first time.
In recent days, however, the Bundesliga outfit's position has softened - reportedly because the player has indicated he wants to move sooner.
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But after the match, Rangnick insisted Keita has not informed them of a desire to leave.
But speaking before the game, director Rangnick said there had been no contact from Liverpool about changing the existing agreement, reported to worth some €70 million. We do not have a reason to sell Keita any time before the end of the season.
"When we had this conversation around Coutinho, I said the same".
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I've never seen a statement like this by African countries directed at the United States ", she wrote. He has also considered recording all his meetings to prevent similar controversies in the future.
The move has already set Liverpool back £48 million after the Reds triggered Keita's release clause, last summer and to land him six months early could cost somewhere in the region of another £35 million. "There isn't more to say".
He might have got another for a foul on Max Meyer before Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuettl chose to take him off with just over 20 minutes remaining. Combining the two strands of information together appears to give the reports some legitimacy at least, though nothing has yet been confirmed by either club.
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The 66-year-old is now scheduled to leave the company in 2021, the fourth time the company postponed his planned retirement date. Facebook live-streamed 15 college-football games in 2017 in a deal with Stadium, a digital sports broadcaster.