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    Tuesday, 31 July 2018

    Fekir to Liverpool latest: Date for Liverpool contract revealed | Huge claim on French TV

    Date when Fekir will Sign for Liverpool has been unveiled

    A latest report from France earlier stated that Liverpool has finally reached terms with Lyon for Fekir in an improved offer.

    The report suggest that Fekir is expected to travel to England immediately to finish the process.

    The 25-year-old who is Lyon captain has hinted he want a move to Anfield with several chances he had.

    One time he nodded [yes] to a fan shouting Liverpool at the airport as he  was spotted on his arrival from the World Cup, while recently a fan on twitter claimed Fekir replied Insha Allah (God's willing) when she demanded of him a move to Liverpool.

    Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas also revealed Fekir's heart is set on a move to Anfield and has given Liverpool until August 9, to complete the transfer.

    In addition to the numbers of speculations surrounding Fekir transfer this summer a French football journalist Jean Sebastien has claimed
    on twitter that the midfielder will pen a Anfield contract on 4th of August.

    It is clear that Fekir was close to sealing a move to Liverpool before the World Cup but his Liverpool medical indicated a knee injury which he sustained years back, causing the deal to breakdown, after which the Reds were reported to have resumed talks again with Lyon for the playmaker.

    Whether Fekir will leave Lyon captaincy to join Liverpool in the coming days is still not clear. RMC Sport pundit Jonatan McHardy has suggest the defender won't leave Lyon as the French club are playing in the Champions League this season.

    "Nabil Fekir has all the interest to stay in Lyon and will play the Champions League," MacHardy told After Foot RMC.

    "He's coming out of a bad injury. We are football fans and we love to see Nabil play.
    "It's a pleasure to see him playing at home. I hope he will stay."

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