Liverpool January target likely to stay put over World Cup fears

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That is according to Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim, who was quoted by Goal as he revealed that the 22-year-old may yet leave Stade Louis II before the January transfer window ends.

Lemar is one of the best young midfielders in Europe and will certainly enhance the quality of the current Liverpool midfield.

"Liverpool are also in the market for an attacker to replace Philippe Coutinho, who finalised a move to Barcelona at the weekend".

Let's hope one of those things is a move to Arsenal.

However, it looks like Liverpool have now emerged as the front runners as the Mirror claims that Lemar is ready to snub interest from the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea as he's keen on making a move to Anfield.

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

Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim admits Arsenal and Liverpool target Thomas Lemar could leave in January.

"We don't usually sell in winter, but the transfer window is open until the end of the month, and you have to prepare yourself for anything and everything", Jardim said. Manchester City still hope to strike a deal for Alexis Sanchez this month after their summer deadline day move collapsed, a development that would once again see Arsenal turn to Lemar as a replacement for the Chile worldwide, Saturday's report from L'Equipe added.

The Frenchman will be even more furious if he is beaten to the punch by Liverpool this month, however, as Jurgen Klopp earmarks Lemar as the man to take Coutinho's place in his pacy attacking Reds side.

Monaco are still unwilling to sell Lemar, but if he pushes for an exit, their hand may be forced, in which case, they will command a £90 million fee for him.

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