Nabil Fekir’s move to the Anfield Stadium, which many believes has crashed, might come to reality in coming weeks according to reports via Starsports.
The Frenchman was tipped by reporters to move to the Merseyside club in May as they reported that the Reds had agreed financial terms with Ligue 1 side Lyon for his signature but the deal didn’t push through.
To the surprise of many Liverpool fans last month, reports claimed that Lyon were no longer interested in sanctioning his move to the Premier League giants.
However, the Reds have been boosted in their desire to capture the Frenchman’s signature, according to journalist Robin Barnes, who works with Goal.com.
The £60m-rated midfielder is now opened to a move to the Anfield Stadium if the report from Robin Barnes is anything to go by.
Fekir is presently with the French national team who defeated Argentina 4-3 in the quarterfinals round of the 2018 World Cup, though he is yet to play full match for the Les Blues.
In other Liverpool news, Jurgen Klopp has been tipped as the favourite manager to complete a move for Leicester City’s netminder Kasper Schmeichel despite Chelsea’s interest in the Schmeichel, 31, played an important role in Denmark’s qualification to the round-16 stage of the Russia 2018 World Cup.
He was also phenomenal against Croatia but his heroics weren’t enough to prevent his teammates from losing to the Croats via a penalty shootout.
He will be aiming to return to the Foxes for pre-season friendlies but Liverpool might just turn out to be his next destination.