African Cup of Nations: Liverpool’s Keita Officially Called By Guinea

Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita
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Guinea have included Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita in their extended 27-man squad for the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon next month as they became the first team to name their final selection on Tuesday.

Keita is likely to be the first of three players from the title-chasing Anfield club to be selected for the competition, running from January 9 to February 6, along with Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah and Senegal striker Sadio Mane.

Former Arsenal forward Kaba Diawara recently replaced Frenchman Didier Six as Guinea coach and has also selected the brother of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. Read more.

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