The Guinean midfielder took part in full training on Friday and seemed untroubled by the effects of an injury sustained in the first leg of the Barcelona semi-final back at the start of May.
Crushingly for the 24-year-old, it ruled him out of the final month of our season which meant he was unable to feature in our victorious final showdown against Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid.
After the Reds savoured European glory, there were fears Keïta could miss the Egypt-hosted competition but the Guinea staff took a chance on him which saw him included in their 23-man squad.
Naby failed to make it for Guinea’s warm-up international friendly against Egypt, though he and Mohamed Salah were still able to catch up out in Alexandria.
Keïta finally got his debut goal for us in a 3-1 over Southampton back in April, followed by another days later when we beat Porto, rounded off by a third against Huddersfield to complete a productive month for our No. 8.
The Reds midfielder will be hoping to emulate his late-onset form against Madagascar; Guinea will then face off against Nigeria and Burundi before the end of the month.