Nabil Fekir's reported move to Liverpool seems to be gathering serious traction, and latest developments could help the Reds get their man.
Atletico Madrid striker Kevin Gameiro has been offered to Ligue 1 giants Olympique Lyonnais, according to reports from French outlet Le Progres, which could potentially paving the way for Fekir to join Liverpool in the near future.
The 31-year-old joined up with Diego Simeone in 2016 after leaving Sevilla, and despite his obvious talents struggled to nail down a regular first-team place over the likes of Antoine Griezmann and Diego Costa.
And it now seems as though, in his later years, the French international is after consistent game-time, and he could secure those aspirations with Lyon next term, if Fekir's supposed ploy to join Liverpool materialises (the Mirror).
Gameiro would represent something of a marquee signing for the French outfit, having netted 27 goals in two seasons despite limited appearances, and his arrival would surely be a boost to Liverpool, as Lyon signing a new forward might give Fekir to green light to head to Anfield.