After being linked with Liverpool since last summer, Nabil Fekir could finally be headed to the Anfield Stadium after Olympique Lyon president, Jean-Michel Aulas revealed that the player wants out.
Fekir, who was on the verge of putting pen to paper with the Reds last summer before the transfer collapsed, wants to leave Lyon, according to their president. Liverpool pulled out of a £53m deal after concerns over historic knee injury although reports in France have suggested they could revive the deal this summer.
In an interview with the club's official portal, Aulas revealed Fekir's desire to leave Lyon, "His preference is towards a departure. We are open to discussions. We have no news. We are waiting for proposals in the coming days but for the moment we do not have any."
It is believed Lyon will demand around £45m for his services, and Aulas is believed to be keen to generate an auction for his services to drive up the fee.