Liverpool make final decision on Nabil Fekir after Lyon demand £60m

Liverpool make final decision on Nabil Fekir after Lyon demand £60m

Liverpool make final decision on Nabil Fekir after Lyon demand £60m

"The league will be hard", Klopp said.

Nabil Fekir will not play against Chelsea on Tuesday at Stamford Bridge amid transfer rumours the Blues are trying to sign the Lyon star.

Despite spending over £160m on four new players this summer, Jurgen Klopp suggested over the weekend that further signings may be possible at Liverpool.

The Croatian was pictured doing fitness work at the club's Melwood training base on his first day back from holiday after the World Cup.

One midfielder linked with a move to the Blues is long term Liverpool target Nabil Fekir with France Football reporting that the London club have made a move for the World Cup victor.

"He's in the dressing room so I have to see him first before I can say more".

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Cape Town - With the 9 August (Thursday) the deadline for the transfer window fast approaching, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted that the Reds have not yet finalised their business.

Liverpool have had a pretty impressive summer transfer window and a lot of teams have taken notice of how early the Merseyside club have got their summer transfer done.

"But I've no doubt he is a good enough player to deal with that", he added.

"I don't know in the moment how many really good goalkeepers Ireland has, but having one more is never a big mistake. I don't know how we will do it".

"He was very comfortable on the ball five minutes in and it meant we could show for it and he was starting most of our play, so it was a very good performance from him, but overall the squad performed very well today". I think we need something, but maybe only a player.

Liverpool fans on social media are desperate for the Fekir signing to happen but the betting markets are rarely wrong, meaning this could be the end of the dream for those wanting the brilliant Frenchman to don the famous red shirt.

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