The story of Nabil Fekir and Liverpool has turned into somewhat of a transfer saga, with variations of the situation being reported all the time.
The latest has come from David Maddock of The Mirror, who has reported that the attacking midfielder has pleaded with Lyon to let him move to Anfield.
The publication states that club owner Jean Michel Aulas has agreed to open talks, but as it stands, Liverpool are not willing to stick to the initial deal of £53m.
The Reds walked away from negotiations due to concerns over a previous knee injury, but Maddock suggests that the club could be persuaded to come to an agreement if the terms changed.
Liverpool fans have made it clear on social media numerous times that they want Fekir to join the club this summer.
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The Merseyside outfit are yet to replace Philippe Coutinho, who left to join Barcelona in January, and some supporters think that Fekir is the perfect fit.
On Twitter, plenty of fans reacted with joy when Maddock posted the update.
Oh wow some amazing news at last
Come on Fekir…..
— Atiff Hayat (@Atiff007) July 11, 2018
wow, fekir pleads to go to @LFC and if a cheaper deal could be done, it’s a major win for the club. make it happen!
— ivanloh (@ivanhimself11) July 12, 2018
Football might not be coming home but Nabil certainly is
— Nick? (@NabyRole) July 11, 2018
— andrew (@FekirFanatic) July 11, 2018
Apparently Aulus is stubborn but hopefully they can negotiate ??
— tomaso (@tomasdaviess) July 12, 2018
LOVELY CUSHIONED HEADER FOR MADDOCKKKKK
— ً (@keitaftbl) July 11, 2018
That’s great news. If Fekir has expressed his wish to join us than Aulas can only listen to him. Players definitely have the power to get the move they desire. Aulas has even publically said that he’s willing to let Fekir move on if he wants the move and he definitely wants us.
— Adam. (@AdamMeredith17) July 12, 2018
Must say if this is true that you gotta love this guy! Who Kloop said he wanted to have in his team, a player that wants to be here. #passion
— Rosco (@Rosco8205) July 11, 2018