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Sport Konaté to Liverpool? "I played yesterday, I'm tired, leave me alone"

23:10  29 march  2021
23:10  29 march  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

'I saw my phone ringing all over the place' - Konate responds to Liverpool transfer rumours

  'I saw my phone ringing all over the place' - Konate responds to Liverpool transfer rumours The Reds are reported to be in advanced talks to sign the France Under-21 international from RB LeipzigThe Athletic claimed on Monday that the Reds were in advanced talks to sign the defender from RB Leipzig.

  Konaté à Liverpool ? « J'ai joué hier, je suis fatigué, laissez-moi tranquille » © supplied by Sofoot

Konaté to Liverpool? Maybe when he has been rested.

Author of a good service this Sunday facing Russia during the euro hopes ( 0-2 ), ibrahima konaté is insistence on the Liverpool side. According to The Athletic , the English club would even be about to finalize its transfer to disembark the central defender of the RB Leipzig this summer, by paying his liberating clause of 41.5 million euros.


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In press conference on Monday, the interested party preferred to rush the bomb with humor. "I woke up, I saw my phone ringing all the sides, I just wanted to tell them: " Hey, I played yesterday, I'm tired, let me alone, "he Smile to two days of the match against Iceland. Frankly, I do not even look at that. We can not focus on that, there is the euro and my return to club next. We must focus on that and not on external things.

Understand: it's curly, but he can not talk about it.

'Brilliant', 'Fantastic' - Many Liverpool fans rave as £31.5m-rated target agrees personal terms .
Many Liverpool fans have been sharing their excitement following a report from Anfield Central that Ibrahima Konate has agreed personal terms with the club. This report has since been shared on Twitter, which prompted a lot of excitement among some of the Anfield faithful. Michael Edwards is still reportedly trying to negotiate with RB Leipzig […]This report has since been shared on Twitter, which prompted a lot of excitement among some of the Anfield faithful.

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