Liverpool fans couldn't quite get enough of Alisson after the Brazilian goalkeeper had dream debut in the Reds' 5-0 romp over Napoli on Saturday and while manager Jurgen Klopp admitted he was impressed with his goalkeeper, he still feels there's scope for improvement.
The Lyon skipper nearly joined Liverpool in June but for a failed medical which saw the Reds shelve their plans to complete a deal.
The Mirror are citing a report from France Football that claims Chelsea are now eyeing a late move to sign the Frenchman after identifying him as a potential target during the closing stages of the window.
While the attacking midfielder could even opt to put pen to paper on a contract extension with Lyon. "I don't know how we will do it", Klopp told the Liverpool Echo.
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The Lyon captain and Liverpool have been involved in one of the longest transfer sagas in recent memory but with the window about to close, it does now appear as if the deal is finally dead in the water.
"He was very comfortable on the ball five minutes in and it meant we could show for it and he was starting most of our play, so it was a very good performance from him, but overall the squad performed very well today". We have a good group, very homogeneous.
"It is a bit like the French national team: a mixture of youngster and older players, with some players more experienced than others".
Persistent rumours have suggested Liverpool may try to revive the deal, but those stories have been emanating from France rather than Merseyside and Anfield insiders have suggested they have not re-opened talks with Lyon over a fresh deal for Fekir.
"We live well and I hope that OL will have a great season".