Lille could be forced to sell the well-known Wolverhampton Wanderers as a target Nicolas Pepe, the club's sports director confirmed.
The national Ivory Coast has been in devastating form this season, scoring 17 goals in 28 games and attracting the attention of the Premier League.
Wolves are among the clubs involved before the summer transfer window, according to reports in France.
The sports director of Lille, Luis Campos, has admitted that the Ligue 1 team will cash in if they will receive an interesting offer for its precious value.
Campos told Telefoot: "We are not a rich club – it means that if a really good proposal arrives for Pepe, we have to sell it".
It is said that Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham follow the 23-year-old, who joined Lille from Angers in 2017.
Christophe Galtier, Lille coach, insists that Pepe is able to play in the Champions League, with Bayern Munich also in connection.
Galtier said: "You must go to a Champions League club.
"In my opinion, an intermediate step is not necessary [for him] go as high as possible. "
Pepe, who still has four years of contract, helped Lille win second place in the French top flight behind Paris Saint Germain.
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