Thomas Lemar to cost Liverpool, Arsenal at least £90m

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The 21 year old French global has been one of the hottest prospects in world football and both Arsenal and Liverpool are looking at him to fill voids in their squads. The paper says the defender, who has been highly-rated at Stamford Bridge, has caught the eye of several Championship clubs, but has been convinced to make the move to Sunderland for a relegation scrap.

From Liverpool's perspective, this could be huge news if they decide to move in January for a replacement for the recently departed Philippe Coutinho.

Arsenal could offer Mathieu Debuchy to West Bromwich Albion as part of a package to sign centre-back Jonny Evans, claims the Daily Mail.

"The thing is that in the summer he was definitely closer to joining Arsenal than Liverpool". Everything can change. The things I can say today are not true tomorrow.

That hesitance from Klopp could prove costly as Tanzi claims that Arsenal remain in the hunt for Lemar's signature with Arsene Wenger eyeing the French worldwide as a potential replacement for Alexis Sanchez.

"One is that Monaco are the boss in terms of selling players and when to sell the players and how to sell the players and at which price".

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The 21-year-old has scored three goals and provided five assists in 12 appearances for Boca, who have opened up a three point lead at the top of the Argentinian Primera Division. "We do not typically sell players in the winter transfer window. We wait until the summer because we feel that's not the right time for us to sell". What is important is the next game and that you can rely on him.

The Gunners tried to sign the France worldwide last summer, only for the Ligue 1 club to opt to keep hold of the player.

The Gunners looked certain to land the mercurial France global after what would have been a club record fee was agreed.

"It might happen. I think it won't happen now but more [likely] in the summer than now, in January, but it might still happen before I get abused by Liverpool fans".

However, Jardim added: "If I stayed here for 10 years, I'd want Lemar to stay with me for 10 years". "But I can see why Liverpool want it to happen now as well".