Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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Liverpool are believed to have had a 66 million pound bid for the Guinea international midfielder turned down by the German side, but Klopp refused to be drawn on reports that his pursuit of Keita is being blocked.Klopp said to reporters.Klopp was able to run the rule over his new signings against Palace, with Dominic Solanke scoring his side's first for the club since joining from Chelsea in a deal worth 3 million pounds.Solanke signed for Liverpool after struggling to break into the Chelsea first team. Divock Origi scored Liverpool's second as Klopp's team set up a meeting with Leicester City in the final of the preseason tournament Saturday while another new signing, Mohamed Salah, impressed with his pace and direct running.
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