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‘Next Gerrard’s fiasco’ Liverpool’s weekly thief signed a ‘3-year contract’ with Bremen, Germany

Nabi Keita (28) wore a Werder Bremen uniform in the German Bundesliga.

Bremen officially announced on the club website on the 9th (Korean time) that “Kita has transferred to Bremen from Liverpool as a free agent (FA).”먹튀검증

In addition, according to Bremen chief scout Clemens Fritz, Keita received offers from multiple clubs, including Bremen, who reportedly signed with Bremen. Germany’s ‘Bild’ and others explained that Keita signed a three-year contract until June 2026.

“I’m looking forward to my new role at Bremen,” said Keita, who is embarking on a new journey with Bremen. “Bremen is a special club. I’ve known Beserstadion since I was in Leipzig. The philosophy of the club suits me very well and it will be a good step for me.”

Keita had ‘worst output’ for his transfer fee at Liverpool. Liverpool spent 60 million euros (approximately 83.5 billion won) to sign Keita, who played for Leipzig in the summer of 2018. His contract was for five years until June 2023.

The anticipation was high. Keita’s strength was his vigorous activity during his time in Leipzig. He also added strength to the midfield with excellent ball control, de-pressing, and dribbling. His linkage based on his passing ability was also excellent, so he entered Liverpool wearing Steven Gerrard’s iconic shirt number 8.

But when he came to Liverpool he became a different player. He’s hard to watch, more than anything else. Since his joining, there have been 21 injuries in his history. He also appeared four times this season, and only appeared in 13 official matches (488 minutes).

Eventually, he broke up. Liverpool announced the free agents of Keita, James Milner, Roberto Firmino and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in May. Unlike the other three, Keita left Anfield with a lot of criticism.

Afterwards, Keita, who started looking for a team, returned to the Bundesliga. Bremen succeeded in remaining in the Bundesliga in the 2022-23 season with 10 wins, 6 draws and 18 losses (36 points), three points ahead of the relegation zone. Starting next season, he will embark on a new journey with Bremen.

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