Nabil Fekir's agent breaks silence on reported imminent move to Liverpool

Jo Caldwell
June 4, 2018

Nabil Fekir's agent has confirmed Liverpool's interest in the Lyon captain but says a deal is yet to be struck for the France worldwide.

"We will go with Nabil to Liverpool or elsewhere, only when there will be an agreement with the Lyon and they me the green light", stated Bernes, in quotes appearing on Le Progres.

Bernes claimed that while "Liverpool's interest exists", the two clubs are yet to agree a deal for Fakir, who is expected to move for around £60 million. Fekir scored for France in their 2-0 win over Ireland during the week.

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The player is keen on a move to the Merseyside giants, but his agent has insisted that it could be a long window for his player has Aulas is yet to give him permission to talk to any club.

The news had cast doubt over the deal, with suggestions that Liverpool could be priced out of the move and may look at alternatives.

The Reds are reportedly chasing the French midfielder following his good season in Ligue 1 with Lyon which saw him score 18 goals and record eight assists to help them finish third.

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The Reds are also set to lose midfielder Emre Can, who has agreed a four-year deal with Juventus as a free agent, according to Sky Sports' sister channel in Italy.

Fabinho and Naby Keita are already Reds players - great additions to the strongest Liverpool side in years. However, Paris Saint-Germain wanted $133.7 million when United enquired about the Italy global last summer and is likely to ask for a similar fee this year.

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