LOSC Lille agree to let go of Senegal international Moussa Sow this winter

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Reports in French media suggest that might be sold in this winter transfer window. The Lille star has been attracting a lot of interest from European clubs in recent days and might be on the move earlier than expected
Reports in French media suggest that LOSC Lille star striker, Moussa Sow might be sold in the current winter transfer window much to the surprise of fans.
The pillar in Lille’s attack for the last two seasons has been attracting a lot of interest from a host of European sides along with Belgian wonder kid
Les Dogues have been desperately trying to hold on to their talismanic striker who scored 25 goals for Lille last season. However, it seems that Lille’s stance is softening amid constant bombardment from Sow’s suitors.
A few days back, it was revealed that Lille would receive an offer of 10 million Euros for the services of the striker. The amount may even increase to 13 million Euros in bonuses. Furthermore, it was reported that Sow would be offered a four and a half
year contract worth 3.2 million Euros a year.
However, the reigning Ligue 1 champions are not going to let go of Sow for anything less than 12 million Euros. Turkish giants, Fenerbahce are keen on signing the Senegalese and might be willing to meet Lille’s valuation.
However, Sow has constantly said that he would rather make a switch to the English Premier League.
Reports are constantly linking the player with a move away from Northern which means that Lille might already have started looking for a good replacement of the former Stade Rennais striker.
English Premier League giants and Newcastle Untied are also keen on the 25-year-old which means that Lille might not be able to keep the striker at the Stade Villeneuve d’Ascq for long.
Lille have already started looking for a replacement and have been linked with a move for Nolan Roux of Stade Brestois.
The young French striker scored three goals for Brest in the last 3 Ligue 1 games and has been constantly itching for a move away from his current club.



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