Monaco Boss Admits Liverpool & Arsenal Target Thomas Lemar Could Leave in January

Monaco Boss Admits Liverpool & Arsenal Target Thomas Lemar Could Leave in January

Monaco Boss Admits Liverpool & Arsenal Target Thomas Lemar Could Leave in January

"But the transfer window lasts until the end of the month and many things can happen".

Monaco head coach Leonardo Jardim has refused to completely rule out a major sale in the January window amid widespread reports that Liverpool are hunting Thomas Lemar.

It is stated that Lemar wants to move to Anfield despite interest from Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea.

It would appear, however, that Lemar is highly unlikely to make the move to Merseyside this month, according to French journalist Julien Laurens in a report in the Daily Express.

"January, in football, never say never, but this is not what we're thinking of, this is really not in our plans", Vasilyev told Sky Sports News chief news reporter Bryan Swanson.

But with the scoring form of Liverpool's trio, especially Salah who has 17 goals so far at 0.96 per 90, Lemar to Liverpool could be a deal worth doing.

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Monaco, who trail Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain by nine points, have been resistant to the idea of cashing in another of their prized assets during the mid-season window with manager Leonardo Jardim recently insisting his players "understand" the club's position.

Liverpool are just one of the Premier League clubs reported to hold an interest in Lemar, and Arsenal even saw a bid rejected last season for the 22-year-old.

The former were willing to sell Alexis Sanchez to Manchester City this summer if they could get Lemar, but the deal fell through.

Liverpool will reportedly not move for Lemar this month.

In Liverpool's case, the British record deal to sell Coutinho to Barcelona has seemingly set a precedent, and Monaco are said to be of the belief that "Lemar's value has also risen".

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