Nabil Fekir’s representative Jean-Pierre Bernes has opened up about his players link to the Liverpool, stating that “nothing has been done”. The Metro reported that the agent has dismissed rumours stating that Fekir was in Merseyside to discuss a potential move.
Fekir, 24, has long been linked with a move to the Reds, with a supposed £70 million being used to lure the playmaker to the Premier League. Fekir was pivotal to Lyon’s successful campaign, finishing third in Ligue 1 and making it to the quarter final of the Europa League.
The 24-year-old made 40 appearances throughout the season, scoring 23 goals with a further nine assists, which made him one of the most feared players in the league, playing alongside former Manchester United man Memphis Depay.
The Frenchman tends to play in behind the striker or the centre of midfield.
Fekir has alerted the attention of Klopp this season, with the Liverpool boss seeing the 24 year old as a long term successor for Philippe Coutinho who left for Barcelona in January for a record fee of £145 million.
If Fekir joins, he will be joining two new midfielders at Anfield in Naby Keita who joined from RB Leipzig on a pre-contract agreement and Fabinho who has arrived from Monaco for a fee worth £45 million.
The French International, is currently preparing for the World Cup, but would be a welcome addition to Anfield as the reds look to progress from last season with their appearance in the Champions League final.
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