According to reports in Sunday Express, Liverpool has been once again linked with the French midfielder Nabil Fekir.
Last year also, the Reds were very close to signing the Les Bleus playmaker, but this time Klopp would be looking to buy him for a lower fee.
Meanwhile, Man City have also been reported to have joined the race to sign Fekir and Lyon are expecting to get a fee somewhere around £53million which they wanted last year.
However, the Anfield management had a few concerns over a knee injury which the player had suffered a few years back; therefore, Lyon had decided to end the negotiations with the Merseysiders.
Fekir had featured in 39 games in across all the competitions for the French club, and scored 12 goals and provided nine assists. In the Champions League also, he directly contributed five goals in as many appearances.
The 2018 World Cup winner is considered as one of the most dangerous attacking players and was also voted into the League 1 team of the year in 2014-15 and 2017-18.
Despite being ruled out the team due to injuries, the Liverpool fans would be hoping for the Frenchmen to make a switch to the Anfield.
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