Liverpool Transfers: Nabil Fekir's £60 Million Switch To Anfield

Liverpool Transfers: Nabil Fekir's £60 Million Switch To Anfield

Liverpool Transfers: Nabil Fekir's £60 Million Switch To Anfield

Nabil Fekir's agent has confirmed Liverpool's interest in the Lyon captain but says a deal is yet to be struck for the France worldwide.

Having signed Fabinho from Monaco for $58.8 million last week, the five-time European Cup winners are looking to add the Lyon captain to their squad before the World Cup begins. "The window will be long".

In good news, however, the Fekir's agent Jean-Pierre Bernes delivered this update on interest in his client: "There is no contact with Bayern".

The Lyon president is also believes more clubs could join the race for Fekir should he manage to impress in Russian Federation and he could maximise his profits if the player is eventually sold this summer.

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He told local media outlet Le Progres (via Get French Football): "I did not leave Marseille (this weekend), I am with my family, but I will be clear, we will go with Nabil to Liverpool or elsewhere when there is an agreement with Lyon and if Jean-Michel Aulas gives the green light".

Fekir is now with the France squad for the upcoming World Cup having earned his place in Didier Deschamps' 23-man roster.

Other clubs could show interest.

The French attacking midfielder has emerged as Liverpool's top transfer target and the Reds have already tabled a bid for the player this summer.

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