Liverpool are set to revive a move for Ligue 1 outfits Lyon’s forward Nabil Fekir in January, according to reports.
The Reds boss Jurgen Klopp was left frustrated after seeing a big-money move for the World Cup winner forward fall through during the summer transfer window, with the reason for the deal collapsing is yet to be confirmed.
France international star has shown the type of form this campaign that caught the Merseysider’s attention first time around, founding back of the net six times in 12 games for Lyon.
The Guardian reported that Liverpool are also keeping a close tab on Fekir’s club teammate Houssem Aouar.
The 20-year-old playmaker has been in stunning form in Ligue 1 this campaign, scoring five times in just eleven games for Les Gones.
His performances in Europe are arguably the ones that have upped his reputation, collecting three assists in four Champions League game helping his side ot defeat Man City.
It is also reported that both Barcelona and Chelsea are also keeping tabs the young Frenchman though, meaning Klopp may need to work his magic in order to lure him at Anfield.