“He can go”: Liverpool fans freak out as Lyon president confirms Fekir availability

Loads of Liverpool fans have been revving up the Nabil Fekir hype train again, after Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas revealed the World Cup winner will be allowed to leave this summer.

As reported by Sky Sports’ Pete O’Rourke, Aulas has confirmed that Fekir could depart Lyon.

“We have an understanding that he can go. Thanks Nabil for bringing what he brought, we have an understanding to let him go,” he said, and those three key words that “he can go” have sent Liverpool Twitter into meltdown.

Liverpool of course agreed a fee for Fekir back in July 2018, per BBC, but the deal eventually fell through.

Although there is no official word on the reason for the collapse, it is thought to be due to issues that arose in the medical over the player’s surgically repaired knee.

The fee at that time totalled £52.75m, per the BBC’s report, and any concerns over his knee will surely have been eased this season as the 25 year-old played 39 games in all competitions, scoring 12 and assisting nine more.

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The Reds are still lacking goals and assists from midfield, leading to fans once again gearing up for a summer saga over the Frenchman.

Just have a look at the Twitter reactions down below…