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

Doug Mendoza
June 8, 2018

Liverpool and Lyon have finally reached an agreement over the transfer of Nabil Fekir to Anfield according to French newspaper L'Equipe.

Should Fekir arrive, it will mark Liverpool's second signing of the season following Brazilian defensive midfielder Fabinho who moved from Monaco for £43.7 million a week ago.

The Liverpool Echo report that the two clubs have finally hashed out a deal for the Frenchman, with a medical expected to take place on Friday.

Fekir has also drawn interest from Chelsea and Bayern Munich, but Liverpool have been aggressive in chasing his signature.

Reports suggests Fekir is now valued at around £60m by Lyon.

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Liverpool are said to be eager to get a deal over the line before the tournament to avoid Fekir's price tag rising following France's campaign in Russian Federation.

Earlier in the day, Aulas had said in quotes published on Lyon's website that no deal for Fekir will be completed before or during the World Cup, in which the versatile attacking midfielder will be appearing.

France's squad fly out to Russian Federation after their final friendly against U.S. in Lyon on Saturday.

Liverpool are also now being linked with Stoke City's Xherdan Shaqiri and The Independent state that the Reds "are primed to seal at least one new signing in the next 24 hours".

Jurgen Klopp is also weighing up whether to trigger Xherdan Shaqiri's £12m release clause following Stoke City's relegation from the Premier League.

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