Reports from France explain how Liverpool can still sign Nabil Fekir

Reports from France explain how Liverpool can still sign Nabil Fekir

Reports from France explain how Liverpool can still sign Nabil Fekir

French media outlet L'Equipe, as quoted by the Daily Mirror, is reporting that the Reds are still interested in a potential deal to sign the France worldwide in the summer transfer window. "He is still young, of course, but I think if we can have him in the team this season it's a plus for everyone".

Fekir, who returned to Lyon training this week, is however keeping his cards close to his chest and is yet to make a commitment on his future amid rumours Liverpool are ready to table an offer before the English transfer window slams shut this week.

The French worldwide was linked with a number of Europe's biggest clubs following a spectacular season with Lyon that saw him rack up 24 goals and 9 assists across all competitions last term.

According to L'Equipe, Lyon will be happy to sell if Liverpool - or another club - submits a bid in the region of £60million but given that the Reds abandoned negotiations when the fee was £53million, it seems all but certain Fekir will stay put this summer.

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Fekir is believed to be desperate for a new challenge and wants to leave Lyon to take his career to the next level. "We live well and I hope that OL will have a very good season".

He said, speaking to Lyon's website, "As you can see, I am in Lyon". So I still feel I need a proper season of playing. But the transfer window is still long and everything goes very fast in football.

Liverpool strengthened their attacking options with the £13m signing of Xherdan Shaqiri following the collapse of the Fekir deal. We have very good players, there is a good atmosphere.

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