“Liverpool Football Club can confirm they have reached an agreement with RB Leipzig for the future transfer of Naby Keita,” read the Liverpool statement.“The Reds have agreed a deal with the German club and the midfielder that will see the 22-year-old move to Anfield on July 1, 2018 following the conclusion of the current season.”Keita, who will be a pivotal figure in Leipzig’s maiden Champions League campaign this term, said his present side remained his immediate priority but he was delighted to be joining such a historic club.“I am delighted that an agreement has been reached which will allow me to join Liverpool Football Club next summer, when I will become part of a project that excites me greatly,” Keita told the Liverpool website.“My commitment to RBL remains absolute for the remainder of my time at the club. I have given my all every time I have worn the shirt -– that will be the case until the final whistle, in my final appearance.“Having my future resolved means I can now focus on helping RBL achieve great things this season. Until I join my new club, next summer, I will remain an interested supporter from a distance.”Liverpool’s previous transfer record was the £35 million they paid Newcastle United to sign Andy Carroll in January 2011.An athletic box-to-box midfielder, Keita has been a longstanding target for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.He began his career with Horoya in his home city of Conakry and spent a season at French second-tier side Istres before joining Red Bull Salzburg in 2014.Salzburg sold him to RB Leipzig, their German sister club, in June last year.RB Leipzig’s director Oliver Mintzlaff explained the German club’s decision to sell their Guinea midfielder.“For us, it was always clear that Naby Keita would play here this season — that was unnegotiable,” said Mintzlaff.“He is an outstanding player and an important part of our successful team.“With this current solution, we can all concentrate again on our exciting challenges again on the pitch.”During the current transfer window, Liverpool’s Klopp has signed Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah, Scottish left-back Andy Robertson and English striker Dominic Solanke.Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday left them second in the Premier League table, two points below Manchester United, after three games.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Naby Keita scored eight goals in 31 appearances last season to help Leipzig qualify for the Champions League © AFP/File / ROBERT MICHAELLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 29 – Guinea international midfielder Naby Keita will join Premier League giants Liverpool next year after the English outfit agreed a reported club record deal of Sh6.4bn (£48mn) with German side RB Leipzig.Liverpool will also reportedly pay an undisclosed premium for the 22-year-old, who scored eight goals in 31 league appearances last term to help Leipzig finish runners-up in the title race.
England beat Cameroon to reach quarter-finals amid VAR drama Women’s World Cup England 4-2-3-1Karen Bardsley Distribution went unpunished thanks to VAR’s intervention. Otherwise authoritative with routine saves. 7/10Lucy Bronze Assured excellence. Consistently ambitious running up the right flank plus an assist. 8Steph Houghton The captain was inspired to open the scoring with a precisely steered indirect free-kick. 7Millie Bright At times a commanding presence at centre back alongside Houghton but guilty of some sloppy passes. 6 Cameroon 4-5-1Annette Ndom Bemused to be punished for picking up a back pass, and struggled to get close to any of England’s goals. 5/10Yvonne Leuko Booked early for an elbow to the face on Parris. Summed up the heightened emotion that did not do Cameroon any favours. 5 Facebook Read more Topics Reuse this content Share on Facebook features Cameroon’s shameful performance descends into playground farce Augustine Ejangue Head in hands to give away a free-kick with a loose touch of a back pass which offered England the breakthrough. 6Estelle Johnson Cameroon’s most accomplished defender but it was too big an ask to marshall all the problems they faced. 7Aurelle Awona A tough afternoon as she endeavoured to keep track of the flank containing Bronze and Parris. 6Ajara Nchout Tearful on the pitch as her goal – a fine finish – was disallowed for a marginal offside in the buildup. 7Michaela Abam Some clever touches and powerful surges from midfield as Cameroon tried to fight back. 6Raissa Feudjio In the second minute showed a willingness to disrupt with a harmless if unsubtle body check. 6Jeannette Yango Strained to make a positive impact and let a match of this importance pass her by. 6Gabrielle Onguéné The golden talent of this Cameroon team, moments of flair and composure showed her quality. 7Gaëlle Enganamouit Led the line and waited for support, had to work hard to stretch the England defence. 6Subs: Alexandra Takounda (for Enganamouit 53) 6; Ysis Sonkeng (for Ejangue 64) 6; Ninon Abena (for Abam 68) 6. Twitter Share on Twitter Alex Greenwood The defender swept in England’s third goal from a set piece, her high point in the game. 7Jill Scott Needed to be combative in the heart of midfield. An important presence on her 140th cap. 7Keira Walsh Not really eye-catching but tactical diligence important in allowing Scott more freedom. 6Nikita Parris Back in the team, after sitting out the final group match, with an understated performance. 6Fran Kirby Nimble conductor of the attack returned, with smart passes and imagination to make a difference. 7Toni Duggan Always hunting space, she instigated Greenwood’s goal from a corner routine. 7Ellen White A player Phil Neville describes as undroppable led the line and slotted England’s second. 7Subs: Jodie Taylor (for White 64) 6; Lucy Staniforth (for Scott 78) 6; Leah Williamson (for Parris 84) 6. Cameroon women’s football team Ellen White, who scored England’s second goal, was described by Phil Neville as undroppable. Photograph: Marc Atkins/Getty Images Read more England women’s football team Share on Pinterest Women’s World Cup 2019 Pinterest Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Women’s football
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