Monaco concede they could sell Thomas Lemar if a bid of £92million is tabled, according to Kaveh Solhekol.
Jurgen Klopp is eager to embark on a spending spree before the transfer window closes tonight (11pm).
Lemar has been strongly linked with a move to Anfield and reports emerged yesterday indicating the club had sent out a medical team in an effort to push through a deal.
Sky Sports reporter Solhekol admits Monaco would struggle to reject a bid of £92m if it were tabled.
“Monaco say Liverpool target Thomas Lemar not for sale,” he tweeted.
“Every player has his price.
“Told Monaco would find it hard to turn down €100m (£92m).”
Liverpool made a statement signing when they clinched a deal for Naby Keita earlier this week from Red Bull Leipzig, although he won’t officially join until next summer.
The Reds meanwhile, are expected to confirm a deal for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
A fee of £35m was agreed between them and Arsenal for the winger yesterday.
Source: Daily Express
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