RB Leipzig head coach Ralph Hasenhuttl insists Naby Keita will "100 per cent" be staying with the Bundesliga club for the upcoming season, ending speculation linking him with a summer move to Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp has so far made three additions to his squad during the current summer transfer window, strengthening defence and attack with the signings of Andrew Robertson, Dominic Solanke and Mohamed Salah.
Keita has been strongly linked with a move to Liverpool over the recent weeks, with manager Jurgen Klopp said to be a fan of the Guinea worldwide.
Keita was the subject of two recent rejected bids from Liverpool and Leipzig have confirmed they turned down an offer of £67 million ($87 million) from an unnamed club.
When asked about another potential bid for Keita, Klopp responded: "Then we'll make a €300m offer for Keita!"
"The chances [of a transfer], none", Hasenhuttl said after Leipzig's 1-0 Emirates Cup loss to Sevilla.
It has been reported that Keita's contract includes an exit clause of £48m, which comes into activation next summer.
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"At the beginning of the transfer period we said we would start with the same team, and of the players we had previous year no-one will go".
The box-to-box midfielder finished with an impressive return of eight goals and seven assists in 31 appearances to help RB Leipzig finish in second place behind Bayern Munich in the table.
"Everyone can see now how important Naby Keita is with our game".
"Until next summer we keep it [the door] closed".
"They (Liverpool) will not be the only one I think".
"It's normal when you play such a famous season that other clubs are watching us and you get interest", he said.