The talented midfielder has been linked with a move away from the French Ligue 1 side and he's one of the players who is expected to the club this summer.
The 21 years old midfielder has been followed by several clubs in Europe and also has numerous suitors from the Premier League.
Lille has been receiving enquiries from different clubs for Boubakary and based on the reports from French sports daily newspaper L'Equipe, Chelsea Tottenham and Newcastle have shown their interests in signing the player.
The French giant Lille rejected a €70 million bid for Boubakary from a Serie A outfit Napoli last summer and now they may demand a huge amount for the Frenchman.
The English clubs are yet to make a serious bid for the player but kept a close eye on his situation at the club.
In related news, Chelsea is reportedly doing everything possible to sign Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak this summer.
Oblak has been rated as the world best goalkeeper, he has kept 16 clean sheets from 36 La Liga games this season.
Chelsea already has the world most expensive goalkeeper in the name of Kepa Arrizabalaga but boss Frank Lampard is looking for a way to replace him after an underwhelming performance at the Stanford Bridge this season.
Based on the reports from AS, the Blues will be willing to pay €100m to sign Oblak from Atletico Madrid this summer.
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