Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Arsenal and Liverpool target could leave Monaco - boss

Arsenal and Liverpool target could leave Monaco - boss

Keen on immediately replacing the departing Chilean forward, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has once again reignited interest in Monaco ace Thomas Lemar.

According to David Anderson of the Mirror, Liverpool and Arsenal will have to start their bidding for Lemar at £90m to have any chance of completing a deal.

Lemar, who has been heavily linked with a move to England, nodded Monaco into an early lead, before Alassane Plea equalised after a video review.

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

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Let's hope one of those things is a move to Arsenal.

"One is that Monaco are the boss in terms of selling players and when to sell the players and how to sell the players and at which price".

"Diakhaby is progressing, even if he's not doing everything right, he's young and we believe in him". In a bid to maintain the attacking prowess Liverpool are determined to get Lemar but are yet to formally bid for the player.

The French midfielder - who nearly moved to the Gunners on the summer deadline day - nodded home after just three minutes on the French Riviera.

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"You come to Liverpool..."

Coutinho often switched between playing on the left flank and as part of a midfield three for Liverpool, something which Lemar may be tasked with should he make the switch to Merseyside.

The Gunners looked certain to land the mercurial France global after what would have been a club record fee was agreed.

If Arsenal or Liverpool want to land the highly talented forward this month then they may have to splash out £90 million or more. Jardim has claimed that many things could happen in January and has kept the door open for Lemar sale.

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