According to The Mirror, Lyon forward Nabil Fekir has struck an agreement with the club to re-open talks with Liverpool over a summer move to Anfield.
Fekir, 24, has come up through the ranks with his hometown club, becoming one of the most dangerous and most versatile attacking players in Europe during his time with Lyon.
Last term, the French international – who could feature in the World Cup final against Croatia this Sunday – hit 23 goals in all competitions in a scintillating season, which triggered major interest in his signature.
Liverpool had been pushing to sign Fekir before the World Cup, but just as a deal looked to be imminent, Lyon pulled the plug on the deal, with Liverpool seemingly attempting to get a discount on the deal over knee concerns with Fekir.
The playmaker has gone on to play at the World Cup, with many still expecting Liverpool to make a new move at some stage – and Fekir is seemingly doing all he can to facilitate a move.
That's a major boost for Jurgen Klopp, who may still be hoping to see Fekir providing for Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah next season.
Liverpool would allegedly refuse to do business at the previously agreed terms but would be open to a restructured deal, though Fekir has already agreed a five-year deal worth £120,000-a-week from the initial talks.