Liverpool agree deal to sign Lyon's Nabil Fekir

Liverpool agree deal to sign Lyon's Nabil Fekir

Liverpool agree deal to sign Lyon's Nabil Fekir

Liverpool are close to securing French midfielder Nabil Fekir in a £52 million transfer from Lyon.

The Liverpool Echo report that the two clubs have finally hashed out a deal for the Frenchman, with a medical expected to take place on Friday.

The France global had not been expected to finalise a switch to Merseyside before the end of this summer's World Cup.

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has a reputation for being a tough negotiator, and Friday is emerging as a key day in talks as Liverpool move to get the deal completed before the weekend.

However, L'Equipe have offered Liverpool fans a boost before the global tournament that kicks off next week, with the French outlet claiming that a deal is very close to being complete.

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Liverpool have already signed Fabinho from Monaco for £43.7m this summer, while Naby Keita is also arriving after a deal was agreed with RB Leipzig last summer.

"We haven't set a starting price because we haven't discussed that yet".

The Independent report that Aulas believes that Liverpool will have to calculate the potential of summer performance into their offer.

Bayern Munich and Atlético Madrid have also been linked with Fekir, who can operate in a number of forward roles and would in effect be Philippe Coutinho's replacement at Anfield.

Shaqiri, 26, has a release clause of just £12m after Stoke were relegated to the Championship.

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