AS Monaco appear to have opened the door for teams to bid for winger Thomas Lemar upcoming summer transfer window.
Lemar has frequently been linked with a transfer away from the French club, with both Premier League sides Arsenal and Liverpool heavily connected with approaches for the 22-year-old.
The Gunners reportedly submitted a £92 million bid for Thomas in January, as they tried to secure a substitution for Alexis Sanchez, who at the time was being strongly linked with Manchester City.
After all, Lemar turned the move down, and rumours have since raged regarding the winger’s future.
AS Monaco’s vice-president, Vadim Vasiley spoke to French football programme Telefoot regarding summer transfer plans and become visible to have told any possible suitors that they can make a bid once the window reopens in summer.
“A few hours after the match against Paris is not the time to talk about the transfer window,” he said. “But good luck to those who want him. He’s worth a lot.”
The current season, in all competitions Thomas Lemar has made 33 appearances, netted 3 goals and provided 8 assists so far.