Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir is a target for Juventus this summer but they face opposition from a number of European clubs.
The Frenchman is expected to leave Lyon in June having almost completed a move to Liverpool last summer, only for the transfer to fall through at the last minute.
L’Equipe now report that The Reds are still interested in a move but will face competition from Manchester City and Juventus.
The French daily suggests that Fekir is a serious target for the Bianconeri and the player is almost certain to leave, given that his contract is expiring in June 2020.
Juventus are aiming for a discount compared to the €70m requested by Lyon but they will inevitably face stiff competition to sign the 25-year-old.
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