Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Wenger prefers Lemar to Mbappe

Wenger prefers Lemar to Mbappe

"Unfortunately we are not the only ones to decide the pace of the transfer market".

Arsenal are determined to sign Thomas Lemar and have abandoned a world record bid for his Monaco team-mate Kylian Mbappe.

Well, according to the (never-wrong of course) journalist Emanuele Giulianelli the deal has already been completed.

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According to The Sun, the France worldwide has agreed a long-term contract worth round £90,000-a-week with the north London club.

He goes even further, saying: The price agreed for the French winger, born in Guadeloupe in 1995, is around £48 million plus some bonuses to be added.

It looks increasingly like Arsenal will have to wait until next summer - perhaps with the lure of Champions League football - to try and convince Mbappe to move to north London, with Wenger appearing to concede defeat for now.

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The Gunners boss says he has given up on signing Kylian Mbappe, but Pires feels he would be wise to continue his pursuit of Lemar as he aims to turn the Gunners into genuine title contenders next season.

Ornstein reported that with Tiemoue Bakayoko's departure to Chelsea and Benjamin Mendy's expected move to Manchester City, who have already snapped up Bernardo Silva from the Ligue 1 champions, Monaco may resist parting with any more stars.

And it has been claimed that the Gunners are themselves losing confidence that they will be able to snare the 21-year-old winger away from the Stade Louis II this summer.

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And this was confirmed a few hours ago, by the BBC's David Ornstein via this twwet....

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