Published: Mon, June 04, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Nabil Fekir transfer: Liverpool want Fekir but 'nothing is done', says agent

Nabil Fekir transfer: Liverpool want Fekir but 'nothing is done', says agent

Speaking in an interview with French outlet Le Progrès (via Get French Football News), Jean-Pierre Bernès insisted that he will not agree any move for his player without the blessing of Lyon chairman Jean-Michel Aulas.

Liverpool will continue their rampage in the transfer market this summer by reportedly snapping up Lyon star Nabil Fekir. "The window will be long".

"If all goes well, medical visit in stride!"

Fekir, who is part of France's World Cup squad, has been heavily linked with a switch to Anfield of late and there have been suggestions that a move is close to being completed. It sounds like Fekir wants to join up with Klopp at Liverpool, and that the deal is still likely, but it remains to be seen when Liverpool will land their man and how much they'll have to pay to do it.

Fekir will feature for France at the World Cup this summer.

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While Liverpool's interest is obvious, the club has responded to the above rumour by denying that Fekir is set for a medical.

"There will be more and more of those top players keen on joining them".

It's thought that Fekir is worth around £50 million, so Liverpool will have to splash the cash to seal the deal - something which they seem prepared to do.

Meanwhile, Davy Klaasen appears to be on his way out of the Premier League as Sky Sportssuggests the Dutchman is likely to leave Everton in the summer just 12 months after arriving on Merseyside, with Turkish club Besiktas the probable destination. Let us know in the comments section.

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