Chelsea To Swoop For Long Term Liverpool Target


Alisson kept a clean sheet on his Liverpool debut as Jurgen Klopp's side thrashed Napoli 5-0 in on Saturday evening.

Chelsea though are showing serious interest in landing Fekir.

Despite spending over £160m on four new players this summer, Jurgen Klopp suggested over the weekend that further signings may be possible at Liverpool.

The Reds signed the Guinea worldwide in a £48m deal from Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig after the two clubs agreed a fee in the 2017 summer transfer window.

The Reds captain drew plaudits during the summer by helping England reach the World Cup semi-finals, just weeks after falling at the last hurdle following a thrilling run in the Champions League with his club.

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Chelsea are eyeing a late swoop to sign Liverpool target Nabil Fekir as Lyon prepare to cash-in on the £50m-rated attacking midfielder this summer, according to reports in France via the Mirror. Clyne has made 73 appearances for the club since swapping Southampton for Liverpool back in 2015.

"I can imagine you want to hear about that, he's an outstanding talent, outstanding", Klopp told Liverpool's official website after the game at the Aviva Stadium. We feel good together and I hope that Lyon will have a very good season.

We have very good midfielders, but maybe a midfielder with different characteristics. "He probably won't play Tuesday and Sunday will be very hard as well", continued the German, who is known to stick to a very rigorous training strategy.

"I don't know in the moment how many really good goalkeepers Ireland has, but having one more is never a big mistake".

The Frenchman would be a sensational signing for Liverpool, but it is doubtful that the Merseyside outfit will be able to splash out another £60 million.