Transfer News- Monaco opens the door for Lemar

Transfer News- Monaco opens the door for Lemar

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The Monaco star Lemar could on his way out to Monaco in this January transfer window, With Liverpool and Arsenal are ready to fight for him, as per the latest Transfer News

Leonardo Jardim the Head coach of Monaco accepts that in this Januarty transfer window he may be unable to stop him from joining other club.
Previously Jardim made it clear that along with Lemar, they will not sell anyone in this mid season break.

In the last transfer season Kylian Mbappe, Bernardo Silva and Benjamin departed from Monaco, and right now they are sitting at the second spot In the Liga 1 table, and they are nine points abaft from PSG.

In the last transfer window Lemar was on the verge to join Arsenal, but because of Sanchez stays with the Gunners the move did not take place.

Liverpool has entered the race for the 22 year old Frenchman after they let go Coutinho to Join Barcelona in the recent past.

Jardim wants to hold on to his players but also understands that the monumental bid from other clubs will force the club to sell him in this mid season time.

He added: "We are not used to selling in the winter,"

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


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