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Fekir will seize on Liverpool transfer if Lyon agree deal - Bruno Genesio

Liverpool target to consider offers Fekir will seize on Liverpool transfer if Lyon agree deal – Bruno Genesio
Cary Erickson | 09 July, 2018, 12:22

France global Fekir was set to join the Reds for around £53m but the switch collapsed at the last minute due to medical concerns.

The Premier League side are still keen on resurrecting the move but Aulas is confident that Fekir will remain at the squad.

The Reds had been hoping to have a deal for the French global concluded and signed before the World Cup but negotiations fell through at the last minute.

Lyon boss Bruno Genesio says Nabil Fekir is open to offers should Europe's bigger clubs come knocking.

"I would have liked him to play more for France".

Fekir's France are now preparing for a World Cup semi-final showdown with Belgium on Tuesday.

"Nabil will, I think, be in at Lyon next season", Aulas said.

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'I have nearly a father-son relationship with my players, I gave him the chance to go to Liverpool because it was his dream club.

Liverpool have been given fresh hope in their pursuit of Lyon captain Nabil Fekir after his manager reveals he would be allowed to join a "bigger club" this summer.

The German has already begun his summer work in earnest, bringing in midfield duo Naby Keita and Fabinho for just under £100 million, but the addition of another attacker surely features highly on his wish-list.

"It is off at the moment but it doesn't seem to me that it is dead and buried at all", Sheth told the Transfer Talk podcast.

I understand that the reason a deal for the 24-year-old collapsed was because Liverpool were unwilling to risk spending so much money on a potentially injury prone player.

'It is all good but we will see what happens.