London: The club English Liverpool announced today, Monday, to be in continued contact with the authorities concerned in an attempt to return the team’s midfielder, Naby Keita, from Guinea, who witnessed a military coup yesterday. Armed officers accepted after the military coup in the country, and violent gunshots were reported in the vicinity of the presidential palace, which led to the postponement of Guinea’s match with Morocco in the African qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup With all borders closed, members of the Moroccan squad delegation were escorted to the airport after receiving an exception upon Conakry’s departure, following diplomatic efforts at the consular level. Keita remained in Guinea, but in “good and safe conditions” and Liverpool are working to bring him back in England. A Liverpool spokesman told the British News Agency (PA Media) “We are in constant contact with Naby and we are managing periodic contacts with the leadership of the national team of his country. He added: “We are delighted that he is safe and taken care of, certainly the situation is unstable and we will maintain regular communication with the authorities concerned in light of our efforts to bring Naby back to Liverpool. in in a timely and safe manner “.
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