Liverpool target Nabil Fekir won't rule out Lyon exit this week

Liverpool target Nabil Fekir won't rule out Lyon exit this week

Liverpool target Nabil Fekir won't rule out Lyon exit this week

He had a significant impact with Liverpool in the Premier League as the Reds secured a top-four spot, as well as leading Liverpool to the UEFA Champions League final.

And Ince reckons the Brazil No.1 is the final piece of the puzzle at Anfield.

Liverpool had hoped to announce the 25-year-old before the World Cup began and the deal was so advanced, he had agreed personal terms on a five-year contract and also conducted an introductory interview with LFCTV, the club's in-house television channel. "It is not about judging our situation and thinking "wow, really good". But what Klopp has done is strengthen the team.

Goalkeeper Alisson made his first appearance for the Reds following his £65 million move from Roma last month, playing the entire game at the Aviva Stadium.

It's safe to say that Liverpool fans have not taken the news well, going by these tweets. "The first two league games at least are in the preseason [for World Cup players]". Yet Salah was so devastating in combination with Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino that it felt a sign of things to come. We can't change six players after 60 minutes. And Shaqiri adds depth up-front.

"I see them constantly flash up on the TV but I have no idea who's in the lead".

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His performances were awarded with The Best FIFA Men's Player of the Year award nomination alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, and Antoine Griezmann.

"Klopp won't be taking any rubbish from anyone, let alone him".

Lyon have apparently decided that £60m would be enough to sign Fekir this summer, even if they want him to sign a new contract.

"Klopp has given himself loads of options and brought in a lot of quality".

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