Date: 16th April 2018 at 9:28pm
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Arsenal are seeking significant changes this summer and it could lead the Gunners to return in the market for players they have eyed previously, including a top-class attacker linked with a switch to Stadium last summer.

’s side, along with rivals Liverpool, were widely attributed with an interest in Monaco’s Thomas Lemar but failed to secure a deal with the French principality side.

The defending Ligue 1 champions lost 7-1 to Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday, sealing another league crown for Unai Emery’s side, and major changes could be on the cards again this summer, after a wealth of aces departed Monaco last year.

The Sun quotes Monaco president  as suggesting that Lemar could be one of those on the way out, although his side will command a hefty price for the services of the 22-year-old- potentially in excess of £100m.

Arsenal could benefit from Lemar’s addition in attack following the loss of to Manchester United in January but they’d have to break their club-record transfer fee for the third window in a row.