Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir has refused to make any comment on rumours linking him with Premier League giants Liverpool this summer.

It was reported during the weekend that Jurgen Klopp’s side had agreed on a £62m deal for the France international.

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has played down all speculations insisting that there is no contact from Liverpool.

“No. If we had negotiated and signed [a deal], I would be the first to know,” Aulas told reporters when asked about the speculation.

“There hasn’t been contact with Liverpool. I am a bit surprised by this story. I also want to say there was no agreement in Nabil’s contract allowing him to leave.”

However, Fekir – who admitted that he is aware of the rumours – has refused to rule out the idea of moving to the Premier League.

“I heard these rumours. For now, I am in Lyon. There are still two games left and we are preparing for them in the best way possible,” he told reporters.

“At the end of the season, we will see. The Champions League with Lyon? Of course, I want that. It’s the club of my heart, as you know.”

The 24-year-old has also been linked with London clubs Chelsea and Arsenal, but the Reds are in pole position to secure the deal.

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