Keita puts worried minds to rest
Keita, 26, has returned to his first-team duties on Merseyside after representing Guinea during the international break.
His comeback will come as a welcomed boost to Jurgen Klopp, who would have been left seething after footage emerged of the £48 million signing from RB Leipizg on the receiving end of a nasty challenge last week.
Luckily, there appears to be no lasting damage to Keita, who has endured a torrid time with injuries since joining the Reds in 2018, and he should be available for the Arsenal clash on Saturday.
Striker, Roberto Firmino, was also back in action in what is a huge boost ahead of a defining week in Liverpool’s season.
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The Reds play Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium looking to keep alive their chances of qualifying for the top-four.
Liverpool then play Real Madrid next Tuesday in a Champions League quarter-final first-leg.
Having Keita and Firmino back is a major boost, especially with rotation likely to be a major factor in Liverpool’s next two fixtures.
Let’s see what the Anfield faithful had to say upon Keita’s safe return back at the AXA Training Centre…