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SportBristol City don't want to sell Lloyd Kelly this summer

12:45  17 may  2019
12:45  17 may  2019 Source:

Fulham and Bristol City join race for Celtic target Mohammadi

Fulham and Bristol City join race for Celtic target Mohammadi Despite Kieran Tierney nailing down the left-back spot at Celtic Park over the past four years, the Hoops remain in the hunt for a new full back to challenge the Scottish international. The club have been interested in Milad Mohammadi over the past two transfer windows, and look set to go in for the Iran international once again in the summer. The Akhmat Grozny left-back is out of contract at the end of the season and could possibly make the move to Scotland on a free transfer. However, according to Football Insider, Fulham and Bristol City are thought to be monitoring the defender themselves ahead of a possible move.

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The Championship is full of outstanding young talents, and their have been few better than Bristol City 's young left-back Lloyd Kelly this season. It's highly unlikely Kelly would want to be amongst the substitutes week in week out and feature mainly in the cup competitions. But if Leicester sell Ben

Bristol City don't want to sell Lloyd Kelly this summer © Harry Trump/Getty Images Sport Bristol City v West Bromwich Albion - Sky Bet Championship

Liverpool are seemingly interested in a deal for Bristol City defender Lloyd Kelly but the Robins have no intention of selling the defender this summer unless the club receives “silly money”, according to the Bristol Post.

The Post also state that reports of Liverpool making a £12m bid for Kelly are wide of the mark, but they do confirm that the Reds are one of a number of clubs who have been keeping tabs on the 20-year-old.

Bristol City don't want to sell Lloyd Kelly this summer © James Chance/Getty Images Sport James Chance/Getty Images Sport

Bristol City, under the management of Lee Johnson, are hoping to make a promotion push next season after just missing out on a place in the Championship playoffs during the last campaign and they see Kelly as a key piece of their squad.

The England U21 international is being touted as a player who Liverpool see as cover for Andy Robertson at left-back as Alberto Moreno is set to leave the club this summer, even though it appears that the youngster’s long-term future appears to be as a centre back.

The Robins told Southampton that they’d need to pay £15m for Kelly when the Saints made an official enquiry about his availability in January so it appears that will be the asking price for the Reds if they do make a move for the defender.

Liverpool pulled out of Kelly deal due to Bristol City's asking price.
Liverpool pulled out of a deal to sign Lloyd Kelly from Bristol City after learning the Championship club’s asking price, according to reports. The Bristol Post claims that the Reds were interested, but it was Bournemouth who were ready to stump up the initial £13 million for the left-back. It is believed that the deal will rise above £15 million, making Kelly’s move to Bournemouth a club-record fee for Lee Johnson’s side. Liverpool had been

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