The Reds are in ‘constant contact’ with their midfielder, while he remains stuck in his home country during the international break
Liverpool are in ‘constant contact’ with Near Keita after Guinea’s international midfielder found himself in a volatile political situation. reported coup d’etat tried in his homeland.
Uprising in Guinea has led to the indefinite postponement of the World Cup qualifier clash with Morocco, which was to take place on Monday.
There are reports that borders have been closed, and it remains to be seen when Keita will be cleared to return to Anfield.
What was said?
Liverpool can offer no clarity as they are ready for a return to the Premier League action on Sunday in Leeds but are working on a solution.
A statement from the Reds read: “We are in constant contact with Naby and have spoken to his national team management on a regular basis. We are satisfied that he is safe and well cared for.
“The situation is clearly fluid and we will have a regular dialogue with the relevant authorities as we work to return to Liverpool in a timely and safe manner.”
What happened in Guinea?
The evolving situation is unclear, although an unverified video showed the country’s president, Alpha Conde, surrounded by soldiers claiming to have taken power over the country and dissolved the government.
Contrary to these reports, the BBC’s defense minister says an attempted takeover attempt was thwarted after ‘hours’ of heavy gunfire in the capital.
Keita and co were able to play Guinea-Bissau last Wednesday, which ended in a 1-1 draw, but it remains to be seen when they will be back in action.