Hope Restored As Liverpool Get Another Chance To Sign Nabil Fekir.
Liverpool’s initial move for Lyon star Nabil Fekir was blocked by the Ligue 1 side last month due to the Reds unprofessional approach.
After the deal crashed in May, Liverpool have confirmed two midfielders in the person of Naby Keita and Fabinho.
Despite getting the two world-class players, the Reds keep knocking on Lyon’s door for the Frenchman’s signature due to his impressive and eye-catching displays with the team throughout the last term.
However, there is a perfect news that will gladden the heart of every Liverpool faithful across the world.
There is a twist to the player’s future as reports emanating from France via Daily Mail claim that Lyon’s president Jean-Michel Aulas has given the Reds another chance to get their longtime target.
The report suggests that Aulas has told the midfielder that he is free to discuss terms and conditions with the Merseyside club if he wants to leave for Premier League competition next season.
Since taking over Liverpool in 2014, Klopp has failed to win a single silverware with the team and he is determined to break the jinx in the coming season by getting quality players, who will work collectively as a team.
Fekir was valued at £53m by Lyon before the FIFA World Cup. His price tag is expected to increase after the tournament due to the huge role he plays in helping the Les Blues reach the ultimate match of the tournament.