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Liverpool fans have proven yet again their unrivalled will to go the extra mile when it comes to tracking down telling transfer information.
Tracking cars and planes supposedly carrying potential signings has since evolved into eagle-eyed Reds monitoring registered companies.
The latter has somewhat fuelled speculation linking Naby Keita to an early Anfield arrival, with one supporter having noticed the Guinean’s London application.
— kai (@kaiiwilliams) January 12, 2018
Another supporter proceeded to discover that Keita’s correspondence address matches that of Sadio Mane, who he shares an agent with, as well as Virgil van Dijk, who recently completed his £75million move from Southampton having been subject to a summer-long pursuit.
NK8 has the same correspondence address as Virgil Van Dijk’s company 👀pic.twitter.com/jcKp1WxXFf
— AdamChoi (@choi1992) January 12, 2018
The Agent is a director of SM10 limited as well for Mane. pic.twitter.com/bu2p3edl7g
— Martin (@FirminoR_9) January 12, 2018
Haha LFC fans can find out anything #Stalkers 😂😂
— Pinal Kachhadia (@LFC_PK_) January 12, 2018
That’s top stalking that lad! 😂
— boxdale (@thesunshinesnow) January 12, 2018
Coincidence or not, it’s hard not to be intrigued and equally impossible not to applaud the quite refreshing obsession Liverpool fans have for the club’s transfer business.
RB Leipzig’s seemingly softened stance surrounding Keita’s position has paved the way for Liverpool to step up their efforts to seal a deal in response to Philippe Coutinho’s move to Barcelona.
Keita boasts an athleticism and box-to-box presence capable of boosting the Reds’ fight for a top four finish in the second-half of the Premier League season, not to mention another pair of fresh legs for Jurgen Klopp to utilise as part of his team rotation.
The arrows are beginning to point in the right direction.