Monaco head coach Leonardo Jardim hints that players could be sold this month amid reports that Liverpool are interested in Thomas Lemar. Thomas Lemar fits the bill, he is one of the most sought-after talents in Europe, and has the potential to become one of the worlds greats.
Confirmation of Philippe Coutinho's move to Barcelona has intensified suggestions Liverpool will look to Lemar to fill the void left by the Brazil worldwide.
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Sevilla have only signed one player during the January transfer window and still want to bring in new right full-back, centre-back, defensive midfielder and striker - and Batshuayi is their No. 1 target.
"January, in football, never say never, but this is not what we're thinking of, this is really not in our plans", Vasilyev told Sky Sports News chief news reporter Bryan Swanson. "But the month is long and many things could happen", in a subtle shift in the club's previously staunch denials that Lemar could leave.
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City's effort to get on terms were quite laboured until some quick thinking got them out of trouble ten minutes after the break. City looked in danger of falling at the first hurdle when a thumping finish from Ashley Barnes gave Burnley a half-time lead.
According to the Sun, Liverpool are set to swoop for the £90million rated ($121.9million) star by readying an offer for him this month.
Liverpool have already spent a sizeable chunk of any funds by signing Virgil van Dijk from Southampton in a £75 million deal, and the desire to replace Coutinho adequately could also take big investment.
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