Naby Keita, who will join Liverpool in the summer, limped out of RB Leipzig’s clash with Eintracht Frankfurt with what appeared to be a hamstring injury.

Had Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp got their way, the Guinean would already be at Melwood but Leipzig’s refusal to sell him, either in the summer or January, meant that the Reds have to wait until the end of the season to get their man.

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A fiery encounter was an hour old, with Frankfurt up 2-1, when the 23-year-old had to be taken off.

Of course, he’s still a Leipzig player and injuries are a part of football, and with his move to Liverpool still five months away, there shouldn’t be any issues for the Reds, but it’s never ideal to see a player injure his hamstring, as reoccurrence of that particular injury can be common once a player injures the muscle.