Liverpool rocked as major target is offered to Spurs, Chelsea in £66m deal

Chelsea and Spurs have both been offered the opportunity to sign a Ligue 1 star after his fizzled Liverpool move, a report claims. 

The France star had looked set to end up the £53million substitution for Philippe Coutinho at Anfield until the point that his club Lyon discharged an announcement saying that discussions with the Merseysiders had finished.

It has since developed that Liverpool's medicinal staff had communicated grave reservations over the player's knee damage, which required real medical procedure three years back and a minor task again last March.

Presently, The Sun guarantees that Liverpool's Premier League rivals Spurs and Chelsea have both been offered Fekir, who is at the World Cup with France.

The report implies that both London clubs are excited about a move for the 24-year-old, however that Lyon have slapped a £66m sticker price on him.

In the interim, TEAMtalk perusers have been estimating on whom Liverpool should sign rather in the wake of the fallen Fekir move.

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