Liverpool are not interested in signing Juventus forward Paulo Dybala despite reports from both Italy and Argentina claiming otherwise.
Over the weekend, reports from Italy claimed that Liverpool were in talks with Dybala’s agent over whether or not Juventus would be receptive to a sensational move for the no.10.
As it stands, Juve aren’t looking to sell their 24-year-old talisman and the Reds have no interest in making a move for him as they look to plug the gap left by Philippe Coutinho after he joined Barcelona in January.
The Brazilian’s £142 million move to Spain left the Reds without an influential creative midfielder and Jürgen Klopp is now on the lookout for one.
With Dybala not on his radar, it still seems likely that Nabil Fekir will be the man to join the Reds this summer even though a £53 million deal collapsed last month.
France are at the World Cup and with a monumental clash against Belgium scheduled for tonight, Nabil Fekir will be back home by Monday at the latest.
Lyon club president Jean-Michel Aulas believes that the Frenchman will not be going anywhere this summer: “I think that Nabil will be at OL next season.
“I have almost a father-son relationship with my players. I gave him the chance to go to Liverpool because it was his dream club. He is our captain and it is the coach’s wish to keep him.”