Date: 19th October 2017 at 2:30pm
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will not consider making a future bid for ’s after baulking at the player’s asking price, according to Kicker (via Tuttomercatoweb).

The German magazine say the giants were interested in the 21 year old, but the €100m that Arsenal were prepared to pay for the Frenchman would have proven too expensive for the German side.

Monaco’s vice president has confirmed that the Ligue One side may reconsider selling Lemar next summer, although he effectively ruled out a January sale when asked by Sky Sports.

Bayern’s record is relatively modest compared to many of their European rivals. Their biggest outlay actually came this summer when they spent €41.5m on Lyon midfielder . With the German club seemingly out of the race for Lemar, it seems like it will be a straight fight between the and once again next year if that is, the Reds do indeed retain an interest in the midfielder.