"It's Not Over" - Agent Confirms Liverpool Could Still Sign £53m Star

Fekir to Liverpool story “isn’t over,” says agent

Fekir to Liverpool story “isn’t over,” says agent

Liverpool FC could reignite a deal to try and sign Nabil Fekir from Lyon after the World Cup, according to reports in the British media.

But the deal collapsed after complications arose during his medical, with Liverpool pulling out after suggestions they had attempted to renegotiate terms with Lyon.

The 24-year-old's agent, though, has stated that the attacker - who is part of the France squad for the ongoing World Cup in Russian Federation - could still become a Liverpool this summer, despite a deal between the Reds and Lyon breaking down before the World Cup.

Lyon issued a statement on their official website confirming that the deal was off and suggested that any move was dead in the water, however, Fekir agent, Jean-Pierre Bernes, has now claimed the saga isn't over and the attacker could yet join Liverpool.

It does not necessarily represent the position of Liverpool Football Club.

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Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, however, the France global insisted that an injury was not behind the botched transfer.

The Frenchman was expected to complete a £53m move to Anfield but the Reds were concerned about Fekir's knee during his medical in Paris. "We will see about all that later".

The 24-year-old revealed he recently met Lyon chairman Jean-Michel Aulas but did not discuss his club future.

"You know I am here with France, I am happy, and I am not here to discuss my personal situation".

'My knee is super-good. But I honestly feel like before my injury.

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