Arsenal fear missing out on signing Monaco winger Thomas Lemar

Arsenal fear missing out on signing Monaco winger Thomas Lemar

Arsenal fear missing out on signing Monaco winger Thomas Lemar

The Gunners have made a series of offers for the Frenchman over the last few weeks - all of which have been rejected by Monaco - but Arsenal had previously been confident that they could push a deal over the line at some point.

Monaco apparently wanted £53m but Gunners have managed to secure a reduction on the deal.

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Wenger is understood to be a huge admirer of Mbappe but is now resigned to missing out on the 18-year-old as Real Madrid step up their interest.

The France worldwide was pivotal in them winning the league title, making 34 appearances, and is said to be on Arsenal's radar. "Maybe he has too many options right now but In the end, he probably might not even move". What we know now with Mbappe is it's over £100m, after that it's free for everyone to imagine.

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To bid to try and win the title next term, the London side have already started to show their muscle power in the market as they have wrapped up two early signings.

It's added by the Sun that a long-term deal worth around £90,000-a-week has already been agreed between the player and Arsenal, and so it seems as though all signs are pointing towards a move eventually happening this summer.

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Question marks remain over the futures of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but with big-name additions such as these, it will surely have a positive influence on all as Arsenal hope to tie them down to new contracts. He made 34 appearances last season and was always on the Gunners' radar. "We use the means to wish him all the best for the future".

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