Nabil Fekir has once again been questioned on the reports linking him with a summer move to Liverpool.
At the beginning of May claims surfaced in France of an impending agreement between Lyon and the Anfield club on a transfer, and the rumour has carried on since.
Every time Fekir has spoken to the media, he’s been asked about the potential transfer, and continues to say similar things.
On May 11th, the Lyon player said: “I read that I was already sent everywhere (smile). But as I said, I’m in Lyon, there are two games left and then we’ll see.”
On May 24th, he added: “Why not? Later there can be discussions with the president, with my entourage, to make a decision. In life, nothing can be forbidden.”
On Friday, RMC quote the player as saying: “I don’t know at all. I let things happen. Nothing is done, I will have discussions with the president and we’ll see what happens next.”
It would appear that Fekir is certainly open to the idea of a Liverpool transfer, having made absolutely zero attempt to rubbish the claims in any of those quotes.
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas is a tough negotiator and Fekir will now he’ll need to stay on the right side of him if a potential transfer isn’t to turn into an absolute nightmare.