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Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette has refused to rule out a move to Liverpool.
The forward - who is now third in the Ligue 1 goalscoring charts behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani - has been linked with a £10m summer move to Anfield.
And Lacazette says such a move is a possibility if he feels he has reached the end of the line with Lyon.
Lyon have had a poor season by their high standards and currently sit in fifth place after struggling with financial problems.
And while Lacazette is open to helping Lyon return to their former glory, he admits he could move if it is best for both parties.
He told Canal+: "I am not going to stop at 13 goals.
"I want to go further, higher and, more importantly, help the team win because if I finish the season with 25 goals but we ended up in tenth, there will be disappointment, so I want to score to help the team.
"Everything is going well at the moment, that's for sure.
"If there really is a club that is interested in me and I cannot advance with Lyon, it will be discussed.
"But I don't think it will come to that. The matter will be talked about between men and discussed intelligently."