Liverpool offer an improved £74m bid plus Divock Origi for Thomas Lemar

Liverpool offer an improved £74m bid plus Divock Origi for Thomas Lemar

- Liverpool have made a bid of £74million plus Divock Origi for Thomas Lemar

- Arsenal were chasing the attacker all summer but have given up landing the star as he price continues to rise

- Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim is reluctant to offload any more players having seen the likes of Tiemoue Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva already leave the club

Liverpool have shown their seriousness to acquire Monaco star midfielder Thomas Lemar by making an improved bid of £74million in a bid to convince Monaco to sell the player.

The Anfield side have even offered to lend them Divock Origi on loan to sweeten the deal for the 21-year-old France star.

Arsenal were chasing the attacker all summer but have given up landing the star as he price continues to rise.

Arsene Wenger has had three offers rejected for his services including a £45m bid, with the French boss declaring that any move to bring him in this window is “dead”.

Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim is reluctant to offload any more players having seen the likes of Tiemoue Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva already leave the club.

Liverpool offers an improved £74m bid plus Divock Origi for Thomas Lemar

Liverpool offers an improved £74m bid plus Divock Origi for Thomas Lemar

Liverpool’s money men have out together a deal of £46m up front – with a further £28m next summer – as well as the loan of Origi.

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When Klopp was recently asked if Origi could be moved on, he said: “We will see.

“That’s not something to talk about here.”

"If players come in, I think it makes sense to think about what we do on the other side.

“They're obviously involved in this (the players). I'm not sure, we will see, you have to wait.

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“No games now so I hope you can enjoy the next five or six days with all the rumours and all that stuff.

"I'm not looking forward to it but it's part of the game.”

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