When you think back to the summer transfer window of 2018, one of the transfer sagas that immediately comes to mind is that of Nabil Fekir.
The World Cup winner was linked with a big money move to Liverpool all summer and for large parts it looked it was a formality, especially after Jurgen Klopp's men agreed a £50m+ fee with Lyon.
But for whatever reason, the move fell through at a very advanced stage. Some have said Lyon tried to change the deal, some say he failed a medical. But the only thing that definitely came from it was that he remained at the Ligue 1 club.
Such was the stage of the deal, he was even pictured in a Liverpool shirt and did interviews for the clubs official television channel LFCTV, which of course never were aired.
Since that move fell through Liverpool have gone on to lift the Champions League and accumulate a club record points total of 97 in the Premier League - so it's pretty fair to say that Fekir won't be the happiest of guys when he sees what could've potentially happened for him.
But now twelve months later and fresh from another productive campaign in France, Fekir is expected to be on the move. Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has hinted that his captain could leave this summer and that the Reds could re-kindle their interest, so will we actually see it get over the line?