Liverpool considering fresh Nabil Fekir transfer bid

Carrie Guzman
June 13, 2019

However, after his medical, the club pulled out of the deal over concerns about Fekir's previous injury history with his knee.

Following the collapse of Liverpool's £52.75 million deal to sign Lyon's Nabil Fekir last summer, reports in France claim it could now be revived for a lower fee.

Speculation continued throughout the rest of the summer suggesting Liverpool would revisit a deal at a lower fee or keep the £52m agreement but restructure the instalments to Lyon.

Yet having been linked with numerous other English clubs after the failed transfer, Fekir is now being linked with Liverpool again. He said: "We have an understanding that he can go".

The winger spent the last 12 months on loan at Ibrox and looks set to return to Glasgow for a second season, and Boyd thinks it will help Kent learn the way that Jurgen Klopp's side play as the Gers do the same thing.

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The Lyon ace now only has a year remaining on his contract and there are suggestions that he could be sold for as little as £15million so you can see what the boss could be thinking here.

This would be worth around £70,000 a week, and this combined with a potential fee of almost half that agreed last summer could make Fekir a bargain signing.

Nevertheless, the name-check in Le Progres has been jumped on by the Daily Mail, who claim that Liverpool "reignited" their interest in Fekir.

Klopp had wanted World Cup victor Fekir given his ability to play in multiple attacking roles, including as a No 10 but also as a deputy for false nine Roberto Firmino.

Wilson "will be afforded ample time to prove himself" over a strenuous pre-season schedule, after which Klopp will make "a definitive decision" on his future.

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