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MessagePosté le: Mar 7 Aoû - 04:29 (2018)    Sujet du message: Monaco's magic money tree Répondre en citant

Sporting sbo333 successes in the form of titles are no longer the case for Monaco.The 2016/17 Ligue 1 champions secured that honour thanks to a team with the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Fabinho and co. but thanks to the sporting and economic dominance of Paris Saint-Germain, they have been forced to change their market philosophy.The 4-0 defeat in China in the Trophée des Champions makes it clear that PSG are set for a long period of dominance.It seems that the Monaco side who invested in and paid for big stars like Radamel Falcao is now a thing of the past and a long way off.Aleksandr Golovin was their last big investment, if 30 million euros can be considered as such on the planet football that we now live on.Although they won't raise trophies, the Principality side haven't stopped generating money.Saturday's sale of Rachid Ghezzal to Leicester City for 14 million euros has taken sbo333 their income from transfers in the past two seasons past 550 million euros.The previous campaign totalled 309 million euros and this time, it has hit 240 million euros, leaving a surplus of more than 330 million euros.Kylian Mbappe (180), Lemar (70), Benjamin Mendy (57.5), Bernardo Silva (50), Fabinho (45) and Tiemoue Bakayoko (40) represent a large percentage of the sales but Monaco haven't stopped there and have sold other players too for smaller amounts.This year, in addition to Fabinho and Lemar and receiving the deferred money from PSG for Mbappe, they have sold the lesser known Terence Kongolo (20) and Adama Diakhaby (10) to Huddersfield, as well as Ghezzal, Joao Moutinho (5.5) and Soualiho Meite (10) to Leicester, Wolverhampton and Torino respectively."Every season is a challenge," acknowledged coach Leonardo Jardim before the ill-fated Super Cup clash. sbo333

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