As per the media reports, Liverpool has entered into talks to sign Nicolas Pepe and fans are very much excited to see the Ivorian at the Anfield this summer.

Liverpool fans want to see Nicholas Pepe at Anfield
Liverpool fans want to see Nicholas Pepe at Anfield

Duncan Castles told the Transfer Window podcast: “From what I’ve been told, Liverpool have been in contact with Pepe’s agent to discuss a deal, his interest in coming and what it would cost to enter. Lille is aware of this and is waiting for a bid.”

“Manchester United have enquired directly to Lille about what the transfer fee would be. PSG also have an interest in Pepe. Lille have been very clear he’s available for sale, and the asking price is €80m (£70m). They would love to have a bid come in from Liverpool and United to get an auction going.”

–via rousingthekop

Liverpool’s bid for Pepe indicates that the Premier League runners up are keen to add more quality players to their squad as they missed out the league title just by a point to Manchester City.

The Ivorian international had a great season for his club and directly contributed to 34 goals in 40 games and has drawn the attention of the big clubs.

Liverpool fans are very much excited to hear the news and couldn’t resist themselves from expressing their views on Twitter.

We have compiled some of the best Tweets for you.

Here is how fans have reacted to the suggestion that the Reds have opened talks with his agent.

Nicolas Pepe would be a great signing for Liverpool if the deal finally comes on the table and would be a massive boost to their attack with the likes of Sadio Mane, Mo Salah already in the team.

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