Not easy for Nabil Fekir to accept Liverpool move falling through says Lyon boss

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Staying at Lyon: Nabil Fekir.

Lyon manager Bruno Genesio has admitted Nabil Fekir has not found it tough to come to terms with settling back into club life again post-World Cup after seeing his Liverpool dream go up in smoke.

The attacking midfielder looked set for a move to Anfield in June, however, the proposed €60million transfer never happened.

But, following his victorious campaign with Les Bleus, Fekir’s focus is now on the season ahead with the Ligue 1 side – according to his boss.

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Cristiano Ronaldo will make Juventus a better team, insists footballing legend

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Cristiano Ronaldo came close to scoring on his Serie A bow against Chievo.

Cristiano Ronaldo‘s sheer presence on the pitch will raise the level of his Juventus team-mates around him this season, according to Bayern Munich and Germany legend Oliver Kahn.

The 33-year-old Real Madrid icon arrived in Turin this summer for €99m and is expected to take Serie A by storm.

Ronaldo almost found the net on his league debut last weekend and Kahn feels the Portuguese will prove to be an excellent acquisition.

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Liverpool striker Origi's rumoured loan switch to Dortmund hits stumbling block

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Surplus to requirements: Divock Origi.

Borussia Dortmund’s hopes of signing Liverpool striker Divock Origi on a season-long loan deal could be dashed by the Merseysiders, according to The Telegraph.

Reportedly, the Reds will not allow the 23-year-old forward to leave Anfield temporarily if a mandatory end-of-season purchase option is not included in an arrangement with the German giants.

It is thought Dortmund want to see whether the Belgian can cut it in the Bundesliga initially before weighing up a permanent switch for Origi.

However, Liverpool’s thinking is the opposite – with the Premier League giants wishing to get the former Lille man off their books altogether.

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