Nabil Fekir's Agent Confirms Reds' Interest

Harry Wilson

Harry Wilson

Fekir has also been linked with a move to Chelsea, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich among other clubs.

Fekir will feature for France at the World Cup this summer.

Over the weekend, reports emerged suggesting Liverpool had reached an agreement to sign the midfielder for $80 million, only for Fekir's agent to pour could water on those rumors.

Should negotiations progress as expected, Liverpool hope to conduct Fekir's medical later this week before letting him join back up with the France squad.

"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 worldwide.

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With Emre Can set to depart when his contract expires at the end of next month, Liverpool could possibly field an entirely new-look midfield next campaign if they manage to secure a deal for Fekir.

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While Liverpool's interest is obvious, the club has responded to the above rumour by denying that Fekir is set for a medical.

Although many Reds fans have called for Karius - who tearfully apologised for his mistakes - to never play for the club again, Grobbelaar believes that the 24-year-old should be given another chance to redeem himself.

All of last week, it was widely reported in both the English and French press that Fekir wants his move to Liverpool completed before the start of the World Cup on the 14th of June.

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