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No Liverpool offer for early Keita move, insists Rangnick

14 January 2018

RB Leipzig chief Ralf Rangnick insists he's in the dark over fresh talks with Liverpool about Naby Keita moving to Anfield this month.

Rangnick added to Sky Germany about Keita: "Neither the player has told us that he wants to change, nor is there an offer from Liverpool. Neither the player nor Liverpool have contacted us in this regard".

However, has been given encouragement that RB Leipzig could be willing to let their man go earlier after his form has suffered since the summer. He's only scored a couple of goals, he seems a little bit distant.

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However, following the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £142million, Jurgen Klopp would welcome an agreement for the midfielder to arrive this month, albeit with another additional fee to pay even though he would be ineligible for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

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Mario Gomez celebrated his return to Stuttgart with a hand in the side's late goal to beat visiting Hertha Berlin 1-0. Referee Felix Brych allowed the goal to stand.

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With time running out, former Bayern forward Gomez was brought down in the area by Hertha's Niklas Stark.

The result leaves Stuttgart 12th, one place below Hertha, who hit the post through Austria global Valentino Lazaro in the first half.

But Theodor Gebre Selassie pulled Bremen level just past the hour mark, leaving Hoffenheim in eighth place on 27 points.

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No Liverpool offer for early Keita move, insists Rangnick