Nabil Fekir has refused to rule out a transfer to Liverpool this summer with speculation persisting regarding his future.
The Lyon forward has been linked with a move to the Premier League for a number of months, with Arsenal heavily rumoured to be interested, although Liverpool have seemingly taken the lead in the race for his signature.
The Merseyside club have reportedly agreed a £60 million deal with the French club, who are seemingly prepared to cash in on the 24-year-old despite qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
Speaking about a potential move to Anfield this summer, Fekir has refused to deny a deal could happen.
He said: “Why not? Later there can be discussions with the president, with my entourage, to make a decision. In life, nothing can be forbidden.”
Earlier this week the midfielder was once again coy over his future.
Fekir said to RMC Sport: “I don’t know, frankly. I had a great season here, with the staff, the crowd and exceptional players.
“There were a lot of emotions and we finished it in style.
“I gave everything for Lyon, we’ll see for the future.”