NABIL FEKIR has been offered to Premier League clubs for £66million.
The France midfielder’s move to Liverpool collapsed last week but Lyon are still prepared to cash in.
They have set their asking price which Jurgen Klopp’s side fell short of in negotiations.
Kop bosses were willing to pay £53million which took into account results of his medical following a serious knee injury earlier in his career.
But top-six clubs rivals are still able to snap him up in a summer where his value could soar at the World Cup.
Chelsea and Tottenham are in the market for an attacking midfielder like Fekir over Man City, who have targeted Riyad Mahrez, or Man United.
Meanwhile, France Football Federation president Noel le Graet the breakdown of the star’s switch to Anfield will not effect him at the World Cup.
Le Graet said: “It would be better for him if his transfer was recorded before the departure for Russia, but he did not seem disturbed to me.
“I felt optimistic about it because the medical visit he had was positive.
“In a transfer, it’s always like that. Each one tries to impose its price, to lower it, or to increase it.”