President of French Ligue 1 side Lorient has played down reports linking Terem Moffi with a summer move to Monaco insisting that it will take a crazy amount of money to sign the striker.
Moffi has been linked with a move to Monaco in the past few weeks in the French press with reports saying the Nigerian is keen on a move to a team that is more attack conscious in order to boost his numbers in front of goal.
His desire to move is also borne out of the fact that he snubbed a move away from the club last summer to spend one more year to further establish himself but he failed to match same heights like the previous season.
Last season the 23 year old scored 8 goals, six less than his tally the previous season which was his debut season following his move from Belgium side signed Kortrijk. Despite the obvious drop in his goal count he is still seen as a potent strikers by top teams.
Asked about the future of the Nigerian and his teammate Enzo Le Fee at the club, president Loic Fery gave the circumstance under which both highly rated players will be sold ” The idea of both of them leaving exit if an offer we can’t resist is presented then they may be discussion but as of today that is not the case”, he told Sports_Ouest.