Nabil Fekir transfer: Liverpool want Fekir but 'nothing is done', says agent

Posted June 04, 2018

The agent of Liverpool target Nabil Fékir has denied speculation linking his client with a move to Merseyside.

"He said via his social media account: "#Fekir and his agent Jean-Pierre #Bernes should be in #Liverpool this Sunday to settle the final details of the transfer of the French global.

The Lyon president is also believes more clubs could join the race for Fekir should he manage to impress in Russian Federation and he could maximise his profits if the player is eventually sold this summer.

The 24-year-old's impressive form has been noticed by a number of clubs, including the Reds, but discussions between club and player are yet to take place, according to Fekir's agent Jean-Pierre Bernes.

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If the Reds do in fact manage to bring both Fekir and Cillessen to Anfield, in addition to the two signings that they have already made, it would constitute an absolute dream summer for them.

'I did not leave Marseille [this weekend], I am with my family, but I will be clear, we will go with Nabil to Liverpool or elsewhere when there is an agreement with Lyon and if Jean-Michel Aulas gives the green light, ' Bernes told Le Progres.

"Liverpool's interest exists but for now nothing is done". It sounds like Fekir wants to join up with Klopp at Liverpool, and that the deal is still likely, but it remains to be seen when Liverpool will land their man and how much they'll have to pay to do it.

Not wanting to be outdone by one of its main rivals, Manchester United is also closing in on the first signing of the summer, with the Manchester Evening News suggesting Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred could be a United player by Tuesday.