It's one of the biggest transfer sagas of the summer and with just over a month of the window left, we are still no nearer to knowing whether RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita will complete his dream move to Liverpool.
Having had two bids rejected already for the man from Guinea, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is ready to go back for a third attempt with reports suggesting that the Merseyside giants are readying an offer in excess of £75M for the player who has become the club's priority summer target.
Despite Leipzig's sporting director Ralph Rangnick constantly stating that his star player is not going anywhere this summer, the players representatives have stated otherwise. Sources close to Indykaila understand that Keita is being "encouraged" to instigate a move out of Germany despite reportedly having a clause in his current contract which states he can leave in 2018 for £50M (also denied by Rangnick).
Inter Milan have also entered the race for his signature and reports from Italy state that the Nerazzurri are prepared to wait 12 months to bring him to Serie A. Liverpool on the other hand, are running out of patience and Klopp has told club officials to get the deal tied up as quickly as possible.