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Lyon put an end to Nabil Fekir’s proposed transfer to Liverpool

10 June 2018, 11:45 | Anna Jefferson

GETTY Nabil Fekir to Liverpool Lyon have denied any transfer agreement with the Reds

Nabil Fekir to Liverpool Lyon have denied any transfer agreement with the Reds

When the deal was not made official on Friday, doubts were cast over the player's fitness as he had suffered a serious injury to his right knee previously.

France Football Association president Noel Le Graet had suggested the move was nearly completed - according to reports in France - before Lyon's announcement.

A deal worth up to £60m now appears to be off the cards for good, however, with Lyon deciding to pull the plug at the last minute after Liverpool reportedly attempted to lower the agreed fee.

The Daily Mail is reporting that the 24-year-old attacker is poised to sign for the Reds in a £53m deal this summer as Jurgen Klopp looks to further strengthen his squad ahead of next season.

"It's under negotiation, I think it will be done".

In a statement, Lyon said: "The three-way negotiations with Liverpool and Nabil were not successful and Olympique Lyonnais made a decision to end the negotiations at 20:00 (UTC)".




"This does not prevent him from being very concerned by the France team".

However, it does not look likely that any deal for Fekir will happen whilst France are in the World Cup, with Fekir being named as part of the 23 man squad that will play in Russian Federation.

"He was looking forward to it because the visit he had was positive".

In a statement released on the French club's official website, Lyon claimed that a breakdown in negotiations have resulted in French global remaining where he is for the time being.

Fekir is coming off a career-best season with Lyon, in which he scored 23 goals and created eight more, leading the Parc OL side to a third-place finish in Ligue 1 behind Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco.

Le Graet, speaking in Lyon a few hours before France played the United States in a World Cup warm up game in the city, said: "These are negotiations".



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