Man United on verge of completing £70 million for in-demand Lille forward

According to reports, Manchester United are allegedly among the clubs eyeing a move for LOSC Lille attacker Nicolas Pepe this summer window.

Telefoot lists a number of teams pursuing the service of in-form Ivory Coast forward Pepe, who they suggest would cost about £69.5 million in the summer transfer market.

The source suggests Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are among suitors chasing Nicolas from the Premier League, which, reports claimed would be his favored next home.

The reports also claim German club Bayern Munich and French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain are one of the 23-year-old’s fans after his brilliant form in the French Ligue 1 this season.

Manchester United could surely do with submitting a huge money offer for a footballer like Nicolas Pepe for next season after the immense struggles of former Arsenal and Barcelona star Alexis Sanchez since he signed from the north London club the previous winter in a direct swap deal.

The Chile international forward has been a huge disappointment and will surely be sold by the Red Devils once the side can manage it, with the African looking an attacker who’d be a massive improvement in that part of the field.

Very fast, Skillful, and an eye for goal in attack or on the flank, Pepe looks ideal for a top side after displaying he has a massive career ahead.

Meanwhile, United are also targeting a talent from Ligue 1 club Lyon, who happens to be one of their most valuable assets, in the form of Tanguy Ndombele.