Liverpool are edging closer to a deal for Olympique Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir, and it seems the player is also doing his best to get the deal done as soon as possible.
Fekir has been one of Lyon’s standout performers this season as he has netted 22 goals in 38 games, and this run of form has seen him attract the attention of some of Europe’s best teams including Liverpool and Arsenal.
The Gunners’ interest is no longer as strong as Reds’ following the sacking of Arsene Wenger and Liverpool hope to complete the deal before the start of the World Cup in Russia next month.
The £60 million rated winger has now handed the Reds a major boost after refusing to commit his future to the club publicly, yet again.
When asked about his next move, he said: “Why not?”
“Later there can be discussions with the president, with my entourage, to make a decision.
“In life, nothing can be forbidden.”
Last week he had dropped the biggest hint that he had played his last game for the French side when he told reporters that he did not know if he would play for the club again.
Fekir is one of a few attacking players Liverpool are expecting to sign this summer after Jurgen Klopp admitted that he would replace Philippe Coutinho in this transfer window.