Liverpool could be set to renegotiating a previously lose bid over Lyon forward Nebil Fekir this summer despite the complications that surrounded the 24-year-old transfer.
Fekir has been linked to Anfield in the past and was on the brink of a summer move to the English outfit when the move was thwarted suddenly to the dismay of the Liverpool fanbase.
Reports suggest there were complications over his transfer from Ligue One outfit Lyon to Merseyside including mounting speculations of a failed medical test.
After the supposed crash in their negotiations, Lyon released a public statement saying that the deal fell through and the Frenchman will remain at the club.
However, new reports from the Daily Mirror revealed that Liverpool will try and start a renegotiation over his move to Anfield. The Reds will attempt to land him after the World Cup in Russia.
The same report revealed that transfer decisions and related activities will wind down a bit at the Anfield until after the World Cup when efforts to strengthen their squad will pick up quick paces again.
The Reds already confirmed the signing of Brazilian midfielder Fabinho from French outfit Monaco and have reportedly reignited their interests in Swiss and relegated Stoke City forward Xherdan Shaqiri.