Senegalese international keen on Anfield switch.
Highly rated Fenerbahce striker, Moussa Sow has admitted that he is eager to complete a move to Liverpool this summer, TalkSport reports.
The 27-year-old had been a target of Brendan Rodgers during the January transfer window but the Turkish club were not interested on letting him go.
And the powerful Senegalese forward has responded positively to news of the Merseysideer’s interest.
“There is a lot of talk. Everyone knows I want to play in the Premier League one day,” he said, “If Liverpool made a formal offer and if my club accepted I would be happy to play in England.”
Sow was a key part of the Lille squad that won a league and cup double in 2011 before joining the Turkish giants in January last year.
A prolific goalscorer, he has consistently found the new wherever he has played. At Lille he bagged 36 goals in 76 games and since moving to the Bosporus he has scored 35 in 57.
His pace, power and lethal finishing will be a huge asset to Liverpool as they possess only two genuine goalscoring threats in the shape of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
Sow joined Fenerbahce for £8.5 million but his values has increased during his time in Turkey and a fee of at least £10 million will have to be tabled if the Turks are even going to consider letting him go.