Although he met with Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas in Russia on Monday, Liverpool target Nabil Fekir says he will not discuss his club future during France's World Cup campaign.
The 24-year-old attacker was reportedly close to joining Jurgen Klopp's side before the tournament began, only for Lyon to declare they had pulled out of a proposed deal.
Fekir's agent, though, has since indicated a transfer could yet be completed.
Speaking at a news conference in Moscow, the in-demand attacker confirmed he had spoken with Aulas, but it appears there will be little movement while Les Bleus remain in contention for the biggest prize in international football.
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"It was great to see Jean-Michel Aulas yesterday [Monday] but we did not at all discuss my situation at Lyon," Fekir said, as Didier Deschamps' men prepare to tackle Peru in Ekaterinburg on Thursday.
"I am here with France, I am happy, and I am not here to discuss my personal situation. We will see about all that later."
There had been speculation Fekir struggled to pass a medical due to the long-term effects of a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in September 2015.
But the Lyon forward, who netted 18 goals in Ligue 1 last season to help fill the void left by Alexandre Lacazette's departure to Arsenal, is adamant the issue is under control.
"My knee is super-good," he said. "We work a lot on it, we reinforce it."