Arsenal Ready to Return for Lemar, Gunners 4/1 to Seal Deal

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"We do not typically sell players in the winter transfer window".

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

Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim has admitted that Arsenal and Liverpool target Thomas Lemar could leave in January.

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.

Liverpool and Arsenal have been linked with Monaco's Thomas Lemar in the January transfer window.

Laurens told BBC Radio 5 Live's Euro Leagues Football Show: "I love it how for all Liverpool fans that it's a given that Lemar is going to come and replace Coutinho as early as this month".

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"The thing is that in the summer he was definitely closer to joining Arsenal than Liverpool".

When fit, the youngster has made an impact with two goals and three assists in 13 appearances, although he was unable to prevent Monaco from finishing bottom of their group in the Champions League this season.

"Diakhaby is progressing, even if he's not doing everything right, he's young and we believe in him".

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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.

"So certainly you're leaving a club where you're gonna play every week, where you're the star, where the France head coach is there". Jardim has claimed that many things could happen in January and has kept the door open for Lemar sale.