RB Leipzig’s in-demand midfielder Naby Keita has given his suitors hope by hinting that he may be on the move in the near future.
The Guinea international has been linked with Premier League side Liverpool, but Leipzig have recently made it clear that they will not budge on their £70 million valuation of the player.
It is unclear whether Reds manager Jurgen Klopp would be willing to break the club’s transfer record to bring the 22-year-old to Anfield, but Keita is eyeing a big move in the future nonetheless.
“I love Leipzig, and I will never forget this city,” he told German publication Die Welt.
“I hope that I am at the level in two, three years that I could play for one of the very big clubs.
“This includes Barcelona, but it also includes Real Madrid or Manchester City.”