A one-time Arsenal target Thomas Lemar is reportedly keen on a move to the English Premier League this summer transfer window, according to the latest reports.
The North London club had made an attempt on his signature in 2018 but he failed to make a move to the English Premier League by agreeing on a move to the Spanish La Liga outfit Atletico Madrid for a £70 million fee.
Now it is claimed that he is keen to leave the club as tries to avoid another bench role next season after falling down the pecking order under manager Diego Simeone last season.
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Howbeit, reports in Spain claim that Thomas Lemar will be available for a cut-price of £25 million to any suitor in the English Premier League.
The likes of Everton and Wolves made attempts to snap him up last season but they could not meet his asking price and that halted the move.
Howbeit, it is unclear if the North London club will want to invest in Thomas Lemar especially now that they have Dani Ceballos and are hoping to land Houssem Aouar from Lyon this window.
Pundits have, therefore, confirmed that the Gunners might be tempted by a cheap fee for Thomas Lemar and move in for him if they are unable to agree on a deal for the Ajax player.