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Thomas Lemar wants Liverpool move: January deal possible, Monaco will sell - journalist

12 January 2018, 09:04 | Joan Schultz

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Liverpool FC and Arsenal will have to pay as much as £90m to sign Thomas Lemar from Monaco this month, according to reports in the British media.

Lemar was the subject of huge interest during the summer transfer window and Premier League outfit Arsenal were believed to have offered around £90million to acquire his services.

According to the Daily Mail, Premier League sides Arsenal and Liverpool are both reportedly interested in the French global.

The Reds have even explored the possibility of trying to sign Naby Keita six months earlier than expected - something that his club RB Leipzig are determined not to let happen.

Liverpool have been linked with French global and Monaco star Thomas Lemar and the rumors have gathered pace since the departure of Coutinho from the Anfield club.

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"You know how insane the market can be, he said".

The mega deal that saw Barcelona sign Coutinho means that Liverpool have funds available to them.

"In the last two transfer windows, last summer and this winter, the numbers have gone up enormously". But it also makes a lot of sense as to why Lemar would want to wait, why Monaco would want to wait.

The versatile France global has also been linked with Liverpool, who are seeking replacements for key midfielder Philippe Coutinho after he sealed a dream move to Barcelona.

Chelsea and Manchester United have been keeping tabs on Lemar but the Frenchman respects Liverpool's long-held interest in him. However, 22-year-old Lemar decided that the move was happening too quickly and stayed in the principality.



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