Fekir admits uncertain future and opens up over Liverpool move

Oli Fisher

Lyon star Nabil Fekir has once again commented on the summer situation involving Liverpool, hinting that a move could still happen.

The France international was on the verge of a £60million move to Anfield, but the Reds reportedly pulled out of a move due to an old knee injury that showed up during the medical.

Fekir had previously commented on why the move collapsed, firing shots at Liverpool for their role in the saga and admitting he has moved on.

In stark contrast, Bruno Genesio – Fekir’s manager – claimed that the France international had been struggling with the situation.

Now Fekir – who is under contract with Lyon until 2020 – has clarified the situation regarding his current deal and his future.

“What happened with Liverpool is straight out of my head, I turned the page,” said Fekir.

“We must not stop at this, we must move forward. There are things that must be accepted.

“My future? We have not discussed an extension yet, we will see what happens.”


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