Arsenal have been following the 22-year-old for some time and failed to land their man with a massive £92 million bid on deadline day last year.
The Frenchman almost joined the Gunners in the summer transfer window but a late move on deadline day fell through. "Players like Keita (Balde), Jovetic, Tielemans are all players signed in the knowledge that Lemar will go at some point", Brassell told the Liverpool Echo.
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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", Jardim explained. It happened to Liverpool [with Coutinho]. With surging interest of the top clubs in their prized possession, Monaco have chose to encash big on Lemar and have demanded a whopping £90 million for his services. Things are as they are. "But the month is long and many things could happen", in a subtle shift in the club's previously staunch denials that Lemar could leave.
Personally, I would prefer to sign Lemar this month and ensure that the Reds have the best possible opportunity to achieve success in the Premier League, the FA Cup and the Champions League. 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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