Report reveals that this Liverpool target is now cheaper


A report according to The Mirror has revealed that Merseyside outfit Liverpool can now land their long-term target Nabil Fekir in the coming summer window for a cheaper price than the last bargain.

The sum of £53 million was initially agreed upon by both teams the last time but the deal failed to fall through as both parties had a shock change of mind.

The development is reported to have angered the Lyon star and he is set to change his agent in the coming months with the hope that he can land a possible deal in this coming summer transfer window.

However, the report claims that should the Reds team make any attempt for Nabil Fekir, he would not cost as high as £53 million that was earlier requested.

Meanwhile, it is unsure if Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will still have a need for the star player or make a move for him especially now that he has hinted that there will be no big money deal for his team in the coming summer window.

Howbeit, Nabil Fekir is an unchanged figure in the Ligue 1 side as he has continued to impress with 9 goals in 29 league appearances and provided 5 assists.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.