Jardim refused to rule out Lemar leaving the club this month when speaking to reporters.
Laurens told BBC Radio 5 Live's Euro Leagues Football Show: "I love it how for all Liverpool fans that it's a given that Lemar is going to come and replace Coutinho as early as this month".
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However, Jardim added: "If I stayed here for 10 years, I'd want Lemar to stay with me for 10 years".
And according to the Mirror, Monaco would be seeking an eye-watering fee of at least £90 million if they were to sell the 22-year-old. He established himself as a key man in the Monaco side, helping the team land the Ligue 1 title in 2016-17.
Monaco have already sold Kylian Mbappe, Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy in recent months, and Lemar is one of their most pursued stars. Monaco are not totally against the idea of an offer this month, but it would have to be a very big offer.
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While Lemar may not make up for the loss of Coutinho in the goals department, the Frenchman has been impressive creatively.
Arsenal appeared to show the most serious interest in the forward last summer, and Liverpool may not have a clear run at the midfielder as a result.
However, the London side may revive their interest in a bid to boost their attacking options, especially with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez looking increasingly unlikely to be staying at the Emirates.
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