Liverpool's pursuit of Thomas Lemar has been given a major boost after AS Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim admitted that the club could be open to doing business during the ongoing January transfer window.
Monaco's Thomas Lemar is one of the best young players in an outstanding young France team and has shone brightly in Ligue 1 over the last few years.
Lemar, who has been heavily linked with a move to England, nodded Monaco into an early lead, before Alassane Plea equalised after a video review.
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Jardim stressed again that Monaco do not typically sell players in the January transfer window, but the coach understands a large bid for Lemar would give his side a decision to make.
When fit, the youngster has made an impact with two goals and three assists in 13 appearances, although he was unable to prevent Monaco from finishing bottom of their group in the Champions League this season.
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"So certainly you're leaving a club where you're gonna play every week, where you're the star, where the France head coach is there".
"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".