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Monaco head coach Leonardo Jardim has said that his club do not expect to sell attacker Thomas Lemar this January, but he confessed that if an astronomical offer came their way, they would be in no position to decline it.

And Brassell says Lemar wants to join Liverpool and if the Reds table a bumper offer, Monaco are willing to sell.

Liverpool would need to eclipse the club-record fee paid for Virgil van Dijk if they are to be successful in signing AS Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar.

The Reds have even explored the possibility of trying to sign Naby Keita six months earlier than expected - something that his club RB Leipzig are determined not to let happen. The club agreed a £55million deal for the midfielder with RB Leipzig in the summer, and the Guinea global was due to spend this season on loan at the Bundesliga side.

"It happened to Liverpool (with Coutinho)".

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Ozil and Sanchez will become free agents in the summer; however, the latter could be on the move this month with Manchester City favourites to land the Chilean.

Lemar was a target for Liverpool back in the summer transfer window as well. You know how insane the market is.

After contributing to 31 goals in all competitions for Monaco last season (14 goals, 17 assists), the Frenchman has endured a slightly more subdued time on the pitch this campaign, scoring twice and making four assists in Ligue 1. However, the move failed to materialize and Lemar ended up staying put at the principality-based outfit.

The Hammers could miss out on the 26-year-old, though, after Valencia made a £12m offer.

Liverpool have money in the bank after selling Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £142m, while Arsenal are desperate for creativity to replace the outgoing Alexis Sanchez. "He has a lot of qualities, I like him a lot".