Monaco have once again sold some key members of their side this summer and they are set for some nice profits in their financial year. They are set to make close to 300million Euros from the sales of Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Fabinho, Terence Kongolo and more. Like last summer, Jardim has been left with a daunting challenge due to the club’s transfer policy.
It was a close finish to the season for Monaco in May and they barely finished ahead of Lyon and Marseille. It would be interesting to see if Jardim could manage the same once again. Monaco have also re-invested some of the money in some decent signings this summer. Aleksandr Golovin has arrived in a 30million euro deal from CSKA Moscow. The 22-year-old Russian will be a key member of Jardim’s side this season. The Red and Whites have also acquired talented 16-year-old Willem Geubbels in a 20million euro deal from Lyon. That’s an astronomical amount of money for a 16-year-old forward player, but it perfectly demonstrates Monaco’s transfer policy of investing in young talents.