According to The Mirror, Liverpool have re-opened talks with Lyon about a potential deal for Nabil Fekir after the deal collapsed last month.
The Reds have tied up one new signing this summer with Fabinho coming in from Monaco in May, but they have been pursuing another of Ligue 1's shining lights.
Liverpool have been keen to bring in Lyon forward Nabil Fekir, who hit 23 goals in all competitions last season as he enjoyed a superb campaign for his hometown club.
Jurgen Klopp's men appeared to be closing in on a deal for Fekir last month, but Lyon pulled the plug at the last minute, with Liverpool attempting to renegotiate the fee involved.
It's noted that Liverpool are now re-opening talks with Lyon over a deal for Fekir, which was worth £53million last month, but it remains to be seen whether the Reds can drive the price down as they intended.
Concerns over Fekir's knee prompted Liverpool to try and negotiate a cheaper price, and with talks allegedly re-opened, there appears to still be a chance that the versatile forward will end up at Anfield after all.