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17 July 2017, 08:34 | Charlene Valdez
Francis Coquelin: 'Alexandre Lacazette will not struggle to adapt'
If you believe the Arsenal transfer rumours that we have been faced with so far this summer then Arsene Wenger may already have three bids of increasing value for the France global star Thomas Lemar turned down by his current club AS Monaco, with the latest thought to be in excess of £40 million.
The Daily Star claim Lemar has set his sights on a move to the Emirates and can not wait to work under Arsene Wenger.
The Daily Star claims the French global is afraid Monaco might actually block his path to the Premier League.
With a few key players leaving Monaco this summer, such as Bernardo Silva and Tiemoue Bakayoko, and Manchester City aggressively chasing Benjamin Mendy, there is a suggestion the Ligue 1 champions are going to close the door on other key exits.
However, Monaco are hesitant to allow another one of their stars to leave and have their Ligue 1-winning squad ripped apart this summer.
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