Liverpool target Nabil Fekir won't rule out Lyon exit this week

Posted August 08, 2018

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.

Fekir has recently reported for Lyon training following his World Cup exploits with France and during an interview, he has opened the possibility of a summer exit.

The Mirror suggest that Lyon will demand at least £50m for Fekir and if Chelsea make a formal move for his signature it will be interesting to see if Liverpool decide to renew their interest in the midfielder.

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The French global 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.

"An all-round good performance for the first game, especially because I think everyone can imagine what happens inside a human being in a situation like that, playing the first game after all the things that were written about it and all that stuff".

Two days to go until the close of the Premier League transfer window and there is still a lot being said about a potential late move for Fekir from Liverpool.

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"I feel brilliant in this squad. I'm very happy here", he said. We have very good players, there is a good atmosphere.It's a bit like the French team: there is a mix between young and old, with more experienced players than others.

Liverpool supporters however are hoping that there may still be a shock signing with the likes of Christian Pulisic and Nabil Fekir still on their wish list.

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