Liverpool to re-assess options after deal for France star failed.
Liverpool have reportedly moved on from the failed deal to land Nabil Fekir from Lyon and are said to be reassessing their transfer list ahead of a potentially decisive summer.
The Reds were poised to finalize an agreement with the Lyon playmaker Nabir Fikir but the deal was pulled off by a last minute cancellation by the French club
The Merseysiders were also reportedly worried over the Frenchman worrisome knee problems, with the 24- year- old suffering a severe cruciate ligament knee injury whilst starring for Lyon in 2015 and thus were said to be reluctant in renegotiating terms, hence the cancellation was certain.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is however keen on moving swiftly from the transfer saga and is said to be re-assessing his options ahead of the sizeable quest of replacing Phillipe Coutinho who departed the club for Barcelona six months ago.
The German Manager though suffered another dent to his hopes in replacing the Brazilian with reports West ham’s maestro Manual Lazzini has been ruled out for the long term having suffered a crucial ligament injury in training thus ruling the Argentine out of the World cup starting on Friday.