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Liverpool are pushing to get a deal done to sign Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir before he departs for the World Cup with France, Sky sources understand.

Neither Liverpool nor Everton would struggle to find the £12m fee needed to keep Shaqiri in the Premier League, so much will depend on the player's ambitions and how he fits into the plans of the two clubs.

The same article states that Fekir would be a natural replacement for Philippe Coutinho after the Brazil worldwide completed a £142m move to FC Barcelona in the January transfer window.

However Liverpool have made significant progress in their pursuit of the Ligue 1 side's captain, who is keen to join the Champions League finalists.

However, speaking earlier on Thursday, Aulas said: "The [transfer] is at a standstill, there is no way forward".

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This news will be music to the ears of Liverpool fans as the man touted as the long-term Coutinho replacement looks finally set to don the famous red jersey and call Anfield his new home.

Liverpool have already signed the defensive midfielder Fabinho from Monaco for £43.7m and Naby Keita will arrive from Red Bull Leipzig this summer for £52.75m.

Aulas added: "The whole thing will certainly not be completed during the World Cup, and I don't think anything will change before it".

Liverpool FC, though, are confident that an offer in the region of £50m will be enough to secure Fekir in the summer transfer window.