Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Medical today? Lyon dispute French claims of scheduled Liverpool visit

Medical today? Lyon dispute French claims of scheduled Liverpool visit

Following the news that Liverpool were hopeful of signing Lyon's Nabil Fekir before the World Cup, it's now being reported by that the deal will be sealed on Friday.

Fekir is a prime target of Liverpool's this summer and the club are willing to offer Lyon €55 million plus up to another €5m in add-ons as they look to strengthen their options in the final third of the pitch.

Fekir will take his medical on Friday, and it is now expected that the transfer will be completed before France leave for the World Cup.

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Lyon president Jean Michel Aulas is notoriously hard to negotiate with but he's reportedly had a change of heart just days before the World Cup kicks off.

And the Mirror now say the Reds are confident the 24-year-old will be confirmed as a Liverpool player before the weekend.

"The record is at a standstill, there is no way forward", said Jean-Michel Aulas.

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Just last month Neymar admitted that he was anxious about the prospect of injury derailing another World Cup campaign. Tite said there was no doubt that Neymar gives them something extra but said that needed to be kept in perspective.

"The transfer will certainly not close during the World Cup and I do not think there is any change before the World Cup", Aulas claimed.

'We haven't set a starting price because we haven't discussed that yet'. They have also registered interest in Xherdan Shaqiri, who is available for £12m-£13.5m after Stoke City's relegation from the Premier League.

Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid are also reportedly interested in the French worldwide - but Liverpool are now in the driving seat.

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