ASM passes the second for a Chelsea scorer

ASM passes the second for a Chelsea scorer
ASM passes the second for a Chelsea scorer

This is one of the main missions of the Monaco transfer window. While the Principality club and its gunner Wissam Ben Yedder announced the end of five seasons of collaboration, general manager Thiago Scuro began looking for an attacker who could meet the standards of the now ex-captain of the ASM. With 118 goals scored, his departure leaves a void.

This week, Daily Mercato shared a shortlist drawn up to strengthen the attack line. Among the names are George Mikautadze and Karim Konaté. Concerning the first, talks recently took place between its representatives and Monegasque leaders, according to RMC Sport. But the latter would also be in advanced discussions with another targeted profile: Armando Broja.

Monaco in pole position in the Broja file

According to information from The Team, the 22-year-old striker is the subject of a concrete approach from Monaco. After recovering from a severe knee injury, Broja has been back on track since February, loaned by Chelsea to Fulham (8 games, 1 assist). Contractually linked to the Blues until 2028, the center forward will not be retained, especially as his club is looking for liquidity as part of financial fair play.

The sports daily specifies that the runner-up of PSG is not alone in this matter. AC Milan and Watford (English D2) are also interested in the Albanian international (19 caps, 4 goals) with a view to Euro 2024. However, the Monegasques hold the rope. It’s up to them not to let go.

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