Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Nabil Fekir: Liverpool close to £53m deal for Frenchman

Nabil Fekir: Liverpool close to £53m deal for Frenchman

Lyon captain Nabil Fekir is set to become Liverpool's latest signing in a £53 million (US$71 million) deal, according to British press reports on Thursday (Jun 7).

But Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas earlier said the deal would NOT go through until after the World Cup.

Klopp and co. hope to complete the transfer before the commencement of the FIFA World Cup, next week.

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"Talks with Liverpool will only happen when there is an agreement with Lyon and Jean-Michel Aulas gives the green light", Jean-Pierre Bernes told French outlet Le Progres.

However, with Real Madrid showing an interest in both players, Liverpool may be forced to improve their current terms before the start of the season.

The French global is expected to replace Philippe Coutinho, who was sold to Barcelona in the January transfer window. The Swiss worldwide had confirmed earlier in the week that he meant to leave the club, and Jürgen Klopp is said to be interested in paying the clause - thought to be around £12m.

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Fekir, an attacking midfielder also adept at playing off a main striker, had an incredible season in Ligue 1 last season - scoring 18 goals and registering eight assists.

It looks set to be a landmark summer for Liverpool, with FSG clearly fully invested into Klopp's vision for the club, and Europe's top talent quite clearly fond of a move to Merseyside after a second consecutive fourth place finish and coming agonisingly close to a sixth Champions League trophy in Kiev.

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