Liverpool target Nabil Fekir opens door to move away from Lyon

Liverpool target Nabil Fekir opens door to move away from Lyon

It's winning that matters but this Liverpool squad might have learned a thing or two from their cup runs and if that doesn't make you a better team, I don't know what will.

Fekir was on the verge of a £53m transfer to Liverpool in June only to see his switch to Anfield placed on hold because of concerns over the France international's fitness.

Before the World Cup, it looked certain that Fekir would join Liverpool, in fact, he even recorded an interview with LFCTV and he had pictures taken where he was wearing the Liverpool shirt.

The Lyon captain and Liverpool have been involved in one of the longest transfer sagas in recent memory but with the window about to close, it does now appear as if the deal is finally dead in the water.

"First of all I really hope our fans are in it with us, that they have an understanding", says Klopp, quoted by the Telegraph.

Jordan Henderson's importance to Liverpool remains significant as Jürgen Klopp eyes different ways to set up his midfield in the coming season.

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Alisson played the full 90 minutes of Liverpool's penultimate friendly of the preseason, recording a clean sheet and impressing the Aviva Stadium with a good range of distribution throughout.

"What I like that Klopp has done is he has signed quality where he has needed it - the middle of the park they were lacking - there is great competition for places and he did it early".

L'Equipe claim that Lyon would be open to selling the 25-year-old, but only if they receive an offer in excess of £60 million.

"It is a bit like the French national team: a mixture of youngster and older players, with some players more experienced than others".

Nabil Fekir has reignited speculation over his future by suggesting he could still move away from Lyon in this transfer window.

"We feel in a good moment. I don't know how we will do it".

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