La Liga gaints Real Madrid could switch their focus towards the possible transfer of Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir after a Liverpool move failed to materialize.
Reinforcement needed upfront
The Champions League giants look in need of reinforcement in attack this summer window despite winning the UEFA Champions League for a third successive year in a row.
The side surely did under-performed in a huge way in the Spanish La Liga, finishing in third position on the log – 17 points adrift eventual champions FC Barcelona.
One of the reason is a lack of consistency in attack, with Portuguese international forward Cristiano Ronaldo only coming to life in the second stanza of the campaign, while Wales international winger Gareth Bale fell out of favour and France international striker Karim Benzema netted just five La Liga goals.
Real target Liverpool target
As per Diario Gol, Nabil Fekir is one of the newest players to emerge on their wishlist after his decent campaign in the French Ligue 1.
The France international attacking midfielder looks like one good enough to make the step up to a top side, and according to the Liverpool Echo, a £53million switch to Anfield Stadium broke down because of injury worries.
However, if the player now ends up at the Santiago Bernabeu and proves a huge success then Merseyside giants Liverpool will feel bad not signing him earlier.