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Nabil Fekir: Lyon's tweet on Liverpool, Chelsea's goal when the transfer window closes Football | Sport

Nabil Fekir: Lyon's tweet on Liverpool, Chelsea's goal when the transfer window closes Football | Sport

Fekir was the name on everyone's lips this summer with the director earning the reputation of one of Ligue 1's best talents. Jurgen Klopp wanted to add the 25-year-old to his team of defeated Champions League finalists to provide one & rsquo; size to his attack. And Fekir would have been a Liverpool player in June had it not been for a long-standing knee problem with a shelved arrangement. Chelsea emerged as a potential destination for Fekir as late as the leaders of Stamford Bridge have tried to sign appropriated suits to the style of Maurizio Sarri of The Head of Lyon, Jean-Michel Aulas, has pulled the bucket asking for a whopping 72 million pounds ( 80 million euros) to sanction a change. The Premier League transfer window closed at 5pm, which means that neither Liverpool nor Chelsea will get their hands on Fekir. Lyon took advantage of the occasion to celebrate the maintenance of its services, specifying it individually in a tweet in closing. "Captain @NabilFekir warmed up with his teammates this morning before continuing his individualized training!" They wrote, in a Tweet posted at 4.59 pm. The tweet included a video of Fekir with his colleagues from Lyon at the Groupama OL Training Center. Lyon and Chelsea clashed at the start of this week in a friendly at Stamford Bridge. After the game, Olivier Giroud revealed that and Eden Hazard had spoken to Fekir about a transfer to the west of London. "I talked to him when we were together on the French national team, when his move to Liverpool failed," said Giroud. "Then we discussed Chelsea, and I think Eden said a couple of words to him." Of course we would welcome him, he's a super-player, but I do not know if this could happen when the window closes on Thursday. " Chelsea will come across Fekir in Europe this season as Lyon will be competing in the Champions League, initially at least.However, Liverpool could reach their goal in the elite club's tournament on the continent, with the group stage starting in the month Keita (RB Leipzig) UndisclosedXherdan Shaqiri (Stoke City) UndisclosedAlisson Becker (AS Roma) UndisclosedOutYan Dhanda (Swansea) UndisclosedOvie Ejaria (Rangers) LoanEmre Can (Juventus) FreeJon Flanagan (released) Adam Bogdan (Hibernian) LoanHarry Wilson (Derby) LoanPaulo Alves (Wolves) FreeDanny Ward (Leicester) UndisclosedAndy Firth (Barrow) UndisclosedRyan Kent (Rangers) LoanTaiwo Awoniyi (Gent) LoanShamal George (Tranmere) LoanAllan (Frankfurt) LoanBen Woodburn (Sheffield United) LoanChelsea summer transfer businessInJorginho (Naples) UndisclosedRobert Green FreeMateo Kovacic (Real Madrid) LoanKepa Arrizabalaga (Athletic Bilbao) UndisclosedOutMitchell Beeney (released) Wallace Oliveira (released) Trevoh Chalobah (Ipswich) LoanNathan Baxter (Yeovil) LoanReece James ( Wigan) LoanDujon Sterling (Coventry) LoanLewis Baker (Leeds) LoanJake Clarke-Salter (Vitesse) LoanDanilo Pantic (Partizan) LoanJonathan Panzo (Monaco) UndisclosedEduardo (Vitesse) LoanKenedy (Newcastle) LoanJhoao Rodriguez (Teneri fe) LoanJamal Blackman (Leeds) LoanTodd Kane (Hull) LoanMason Mount (Derby) LoanJeremie Boga (Sassuolo) UndisclosedMario Pasalic (Atalanta) LoanNathan (Atletico Mineiro) LoanJacob Maddox (Cheltenham Town) LoanVictorien Angban (Metz) LoanKasey Palmer (Blackburn) LoanKyle Scott (Telstar) LoanThibaut Courtois (Real Madrid) Undeclared