A year ago the Reds were on the verge of completing a £53million transfer - to the extent that the player had been interviewed for club media and photographed in a shirt - when they pulled out over concerns about a historic knee injury. 
Liverpool sought a second opinion after the initial medical and decided not to risk proceeding with such a high-value transfer. 
Reports in France claim they are still interested in the 25-year-old, who is entering the final 12 months of his contract, and there was even a suggestion a five-year contract had been offered. 
But Press Association Sport understands the club's stance has not changed since the player failed his medical and the deal was declared dead.
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has admitted there is "an understanding" to allow Fekir to leave. 
However, with the club still wanting around £45m for a player with just 12 months left on his contract it would benefit the Ligue 1 club if they can generate an auction for his services