- Naby Keita made his private jet available for his teammates in Guinea national team
- Guinea internationals who are in France traveled with the jet for this weekend's AFCON qualifiers
- Keita and his teammates will be facing Mali on Wednesday, March 24
Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita has reportedly made his private jet available for his national teammates who are in France for them to travel for the African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
African nations will be busy this coming weekends with actions in the 2022 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Guinea are in Group A and they have gotten 8 points after four games played so far in which they are behind Mali who are having 10 points.
Naby Keita and his teammates will be playing at home on Wednesday, March 24, against Mali which is expected to be a tough game.
Guinea will want to get a win in this encounter so as for them to go top of the table.
According to an information provided by Journalist Mimi Fawaz, Naby Keita made sure that his teammates in France board his private jet home for the encounter.
This is an incredible gesture coming from the Liverpool superstar who has been in good form this season for the Reds in all competitions.
Keïta made his senior international debut for Guinea in 2012 and has earned 39 caps and was part of their squad at the Africa Cup of Nations in 2015 and 2019.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool chiefs will have to enter the transfer market this coming summer as their forward Georginio Wijnaldum has agreed deal to join Spanish side Barcelona.
Having been linked with a move to Barcelona since last year, Liverpool chiefs tried all their best to keep the 30-year-old Dutchman this term at Anfield.
But lack of active playing time has been the major problem Wijnaldum has been facing at Liverpool although he has been getting it this term.
According to the report, Georginio Wijnaldum is interested in joining Ronald Koeman at Camp Nou and has agreed a pre-contract deal.
Klopp will need new midfield options with Wijnaldum having been a crucial part of Liverpool's Premier League and Champions League success over the past two seasons.
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