Liverpool keen on replacing Naby Keita with Wolves first team star
By Lamedah | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 184 views
Premier League giants Liverpool are reportedly keen to secure the services of Wolves midfielder, as they viewed him as an ideal replacement for their first team star Naby Keita.
Naby Keita has struggled for consistency since his move from RB Leipzig and has been restricted to 9 games in this current campaign, under Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp.
The Merseyside Red have identified Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves as a potential transfer target, and are reportedly keen to land the 23 years old midfielder signature, as a replacement for Naby Keita who will be departing the Anfield in the upcoming transfer.
The Wolves midfielder has been in a stunning form for the Premier League outfits, managing to find the back of the net four times in 43 games in all competitions.
Liverpool are however likely to face stiff competitions from Premier League clubs like Tottenham and Manchester City for the signature of the Wolves star, as they have also been credited with a strong interest.
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