- Arsenal reportedly agree personal terms to sign Monaco forward Thomas Lemar
- The French international have told Monaco that he will love to make a switch to the North London club
- The Gunners and Lemar's representative have agreed a £90,000-a-week deal for the French youngster
Arsenal have reportedly agreed personal terms to sign Monaco winger Thomas Lemar.
NAIJ.com understands the the French international have told Monaco that he will love to make a move to the North London club.
Reports say that the Gunners and Lemar's representative have agreed a £90,000-a-week deal for the French youngster.
Although Arsenal officials have reached an agreement with the player's representative, the French club is yet to begin negotiation for Lemar.
NAIJ.com gathered that Lemar has three years left on his current contract with Monaco and the French club will be looking to keep the winger at the Stade Louis II.
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The 21-year-old is set to become the Arsene Wenger's third signing of the summer following the arrival of Sead Kolašinac and Alexandre Lacazette.
NAIJ.com reported that Arsenal earlier launched a massive £30 million bid to lure Lemar to the Emirates Stadium this summer.
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