Nabil Fekir has passed his Liverpool medical and is now set to be announced as a Liverpool player by tonight.
There were some reports online about a knee issue and some confusion about it, but that seems to have been resolved and he is set to be announced as a Liverpool player.
Bits of gossip coursed via the online media on Friday morning that the move for the Frenchman was in risk due to him having failed his medical, however the Liverpool Echo have announced that a "moment supposition was looked for on a knee issue yet those feelings of trepidation were facilitated."
Fekir missed an expansive piece of the 2015/16 season in the wake of misery a cracked knee tendon where he got a ligament injury.
It implies that Liverpool are currently set to finish the marking of the flexible midfielder, with an underlying expense of £48 million concurred with Lyon.
A picture has been spilled via web-based networking media indicating Fekir in a Liverpool shirt in a meeting for the club's TV channel, LFCTV – that meeting occurred in Paris on Thursday evening, when the underlying restorative examination likewise occurred.
Reports from France assert that the news can't be affirmed until no less than 5pm French time (4pm UK) because of some rules of the Stock Market.