Klopp insists Liverpool stint 'nothing to be proud of' so far

Lyon's French forward Nabil Fekir reacts as he takes part in a training session at the Groupama Olympique Lyonnais training center in Decines Charpieu near Ly

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France global Nabil Fekir has refused to rule out leaving Lyon before the end of the transfer window.

Before the World Cup, it looked certain that Fekir would join Liverpool, in fact, he even recorded an interview with LFCTV and he had pictures taken where he was wearing the Liverpool shirt.

And according to France Football, Chelsea are showing great interest in luring the Lyon man to west London. "I don't know how we will do it", Klopp told the Liverpool Echo.

Souness, however, was not entirely convinced by the Brazilian's contribution and question Alisson's experience at a top European club - The 25-year-old only played 64 games in his two seasons at previous side Roma.

Liverpool fans couldn't quite get enough of Alisson after the Brazilian goalkeeper had dream debut in the Reds' 5-0 romp over Napoli on Saturday and while manager Jurgen Klopp admitted he was impressed with his goalkeeper, he still feels there's scope for improvement.

Liverpool were concerned by medical reports on a previous knee injury, and pulled the plug on the transfer as a result when Lyon refused to re-structure the deal.

"I am a very positive person but even I can not say that reaching a final is the maximum because it's not the maximum". I feel brilliant in this squad.

"Very cool with the ball as we saw in the pre-season games when he played in front of 100,000 and 60,000 he wasn't bothered about that, and that's a very important skill".

"It is a bit like the French national team: a mixture of youngster and older players, with some players more experienced than others".

"We do not know what will happen in the future but I am very good at OL".

"Hopefully it will be good and that's very important".

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