Liverpool were heavily linked with a move for France international midfielder Nabil Fekir before the world cup but the deal didn’t push through.
It was reported that the Merseyside outfits have reached an agreement with Ligue 1 side Lyon for his signature but the deal collapsed as the player failed his medicals.
Having failed his medical at the Anfield Stadium, the Reds cooled their interest in his signature and proceeded in their search for Coutinho’s replacement.
During the world cup, Fekir showed his worth to the world as he was awesome for the Les Blues, helping them to the world cup trophy.
Due to his blistering performance during the Mundial, reports emerged that the Reds are keen on reigniting their desire to lure him to Anfield Stadium.
However, the Reds have finally cleared the air about rumors linking them to the Frenchman’s service.
According to Liverpool Echo this morning, the club are no longer interested in the Lyon playmaker as they have signed three world-class midfielders who can perfectly replace Philippe Coutinho, whom they sold to Barcelona last transfer window.
The Merseyside media outlet revealed that Jurgen Klopp won’t add any midfielder to his squad since he has completed Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri’s signatures.
The Reds are still in the market for a new winger and according to rumors in the media, Klopp is hoping to get either Dortmund’s Christian Pulisic or Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele.