RB Leipzig have told Liverpool to spend £70.4million if they want to land Naby Keita amid interest in the midfielder from Jurgen Klopp.
The Bundesliga ace has put in a series of impressive performances this season, scoring eight goals and providing seven assists in just 29 league starts.
His fine performances have helped Leipzig qualify for the Champions League after finishing as runners-up to title winners Bayern Munich.
And he has become a top target for Liverpool after catching the eye of Klopp.
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However, Leipzig are holding firm and have valued the midfield ace at £70.4m, according to Bild.
That sort of figure is likely to price the Reds out of a move but it remains to be seen if Liverpool can negotiate that figure down.