Fekir's transfer saga has been a long one, with Lyon recently denying any deal would happen before the World Cup, that starts next week, before rumours emerged that a deal could be completed by the end of this week.
Today, Olympique Lyonnais have announced that Nabil Fekir's heavily rumored move to Liverpool is now officially off. Olympique Lyonnais is delighted to be able to count on the presence of their captain in 2018-2019'.
He came through Lyon's youth system and has made 153 appearances for the club, scoring 57 goals, having made his debut in 2013.
Liverpool was hoping to add Fekir to their off-season signings of Monaco midfielder Fabinho and RB Leipzig's Naby Keita.
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Liverpool's medical staff flew out to Paris on Thursday, and Le Graet said they have examined the 24-year-old: "He had his medical visit at Clairefontaine".
The France worldwide was expected to join Jurgen Klopp's side before Les Bleus left for the World Cup, but OL have now ended talks and called off the deal.
It remains to be confirmed the exact reasoning behind the sudden collapse of Fekir's transfer, but should it be that Liverpool sought a cheaper price at the 11th hour given the Frenchman's past injuries, it appears unlikely to please the Anfield faithful.
Speculation is swirling about why the deal has not been rubber-stamped.
Liverpool did not attempt, suggest or offer to renegotiate any terms for Fekir.
A deal worth up to £60m now appears to be off the cards for good, however, with Lyon deciding to pull the plug at the last minute after Liverpool reportedly attempted to lower the agreed fee. "There is something logical, it has already been done for others".