Lyon have reportedly made Nabil Fekir available for just €30 million this summer, a year on from the collapse of a £53 million move to Anfield last summer.
With only 12 months remaining on his contract, and with seemingly very few suitors this time around, Lyon are desperate to sell the French international while they can still rake in some cash for him.
Lyon want just €30m to sell Nabil Fékir this summer, according to @BilelGhazi.
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) June 30, 2019
The Reds maintain that they have no intention of going back for Fekir after the move broke down last summer, although given how strong the interest was this time last year, there might be a price that a deal could be done.
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It is not likely that €30 million would be low enough to tempt the Reds back to the table, but if the lack of interest in the player continues, perhaps the price could drop a little more in the coming weeks.
If, as was reported at the time, it was a concern over a knee injury that caused a last-minute U-turn on Fekir, there must be a price at which he is worth the risk.
Whether Lyon will go that low this summer remains to be seen, while it is not known for sure that injury concerns were the only issue – something else could have been at play as well.