Brilliant! Liverpool’s Lucas Leiva calls out fake journalist Indy Kaila on Twitter
Fake journalist on Twitter, Indy Kaila, spread a rumour that he was in talks with Aston Villa and Southampton.
Lucas Leiva was having none of it and the Brazilian Liverpool man called out Indy Kaila on Twitter saying ‘so you giving wrong information to your followers.’
The question does remain whether or not he will stay at Anfield.
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