Leonardo Jardim Talks Potential Thomas Lemar Exit Amid Arsenal, Liverpool Links

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Arsenal had an offer worth around £90m to sign him accepted by Monaco after Arsene Wenger indentified him as the flawless fit to replace Manchester City target Alexis Sanchez.

The Gunners were also keen on signing Lemar in the summer and made a whopping £92 million bid on the transfer deadline day, which was accepted by Monaco.

Now, both clubs have been handed a big boost after Leonardo Jardim admitted there are some things Monaco can't say no to.

However, Jardim conceded that at some point Monaco's resolve will give in as they can not say no to offers indefinitely.

That kind of money seems like a great deal for a player of Lemar's potential in today's market, however, the newspaper suggests that even at £61m Klopp won't be rushed in to a deal this month as he'd rather wait until the summer to assess his options. You know how insane the market is.

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"What I will say is that Lemar takes a lot of advice from his dad, who he is very close to, and his dad has thought for the duration that he should stay at Monaco this year ahead of the World Cup".

"But the transfer window lasts until the end of the month and many things can happen". I still want to keep Lemar.

The 20-year-old Brazilian has impressed this season and has an excess of talent and a clearly bright future but is just clearly a step or two behind Lemar at this stage. He is young, he can still play for 10 years.

Of course, we're all well aware that Jurgen Klopp could hold off from signing a Lemar or a Riyad Mahrez this month and wait to get his man in the summer in what he would view as the ideal circumstances. I wouldn't rule it out, but I don't see him beating down their door saying "it's now or never" because I don't think it is.

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