Nabil Fekir’s failed transfer move to Liverpool during the summer was the cause of some serious heartache for the Anfield faithful.
After all, the Reds were just a whisker away from signing the 25-year-old as the terms had been agreed with him and Lyon.
The World Cup winning star apparently even come to Melwood for a photoshoot and interview but unfortunately, it was reported that due to the medical staff’s concern about a serious knee injury Fekir suffered in 2015, the £53 million deal fell through at the last minute.
However, obsessive Liverpool fans on the internet don’t seem to have stopped hoping and are still pining for the Frenchman.
According to them, the latest evidence that Fekir could still don the club’s colors in the near future is the Reds’ unwillingness to delete his interview video from their YouTube channel.
The said video has been made private but not removed.
Is that a sign that last year’s Champions League finalists can still go for Fekir in January?
Conspiracy theories have surely begun. Check out the screenshots of the ‘evidence’:
Well Today's LFC conspiracy is that they have not deleted the 'First interview' video for for Nabil Fekir.
Surely if he isnt coming, they could have easily deleted the video. Literally 'A Click Away' to delete it.
— DON OF LFC (@Don_of_LFC) October 18, 2018