AS Monaco Roster Players Squad 2018/2019 Name List And Transfer News

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AS Monaco Roster Players Squad 2018/2019 Transfer News – Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club which called AS Monaco FC. It was founded on 1st August 1919. Monaco FC plays in the French football league system, in Ligue 1. Monaco FC was led by Leonardo Jardim as the manager and Joao Moutinho as the captain. Under their managerial, Monaco FC becomes one of the best clubs in France. This club got seven league titles and five trophies of Coupe de France. In 1992, this club also joined the competition and had to be the runners-up in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. It was the repetition in 2004, Monaco FC became the runners-up in the UEFA Champions League.

In 1933, Monaco FC was invited by the French Federation to change into the professional club. Actually, the club got up and down position before in 1953 Monaco FC was promoted into French first division.

Lucien Leduc took Monaco FC to get three league titles and two domestic cups. Monaco FC got the championship in Coupe de France and French Championship to fill the qualification the European Club.

AS Monaco FC showed the successes especially in national competitions. This club won every title which held by the France. Monaco FC was the champion in the Coupe de France in 1980 and 1985, was the champion in the French Championship in 1982, and was the finalist Coupe de France in 1984. Finally, in 1985 – 1986 Monaco FC created the biggest history for the club, won 9-0 by Bordeaux. If you want to know about AS Monaco Roster Players Squad 2017/2018, following the table.

AS Monaco Squad Roster Players Numbers 2018-2019 Season:

Numbers Name National Age
AS Monaco Goalkeeper
1 Danijel Subašić Croatia 27/10/1984
40 Loïc Badiashile France 5/2/1998
16 Morgan De Sanctis Italy 26/03/1977
30 Seydou Sy Senegal 12/12/1995
AS Monaco Defender
19 Djibril Sidibé France 29/07/1992
38 Almamy Touré Mali 28/04/1996
Mehdi Beneddine France 26/02/1996
34 Abdou Diallo France 4/5/1996
2 Fabinho Brazil 23/10/1993
25 Kamil Glik Poland 3/2/1988
5 Jemerson Brazil 24/08/1992
23 Benjamin Mendy France 17/07/1994
47 Kévin N’Doram France 22/01/1996
Pierre-Daniel Nguinda Ndiffon France 18/06/1996
24 Andrea Raggi Italy 24/06/1984
AS Monaco Midfielder
14 Tiemoué Bakayoko France 17/08/1994
10 Bernardo Silva Portugal 10/8/94
27 Thomas Lemar France 12/11/95
20 Adama Traoré Mali 28/06/1995
26 Boschilia Brazil 5/3/1996
7 Nabil Dirar Morocco 25/02/1986
28 Corentin Jean France 15/07/1995
8 João Moutinho Portugal 8/9/1986
AS Monaco Forward
18 Valère Germain France 17/04/1990
29 Kylian Mbappé France 20/12/1998
11 Guido Carrillo Argentina 25/06/1991
9 Radamel Falcao Colombia 10/2/1986
AS Monaco Coach Manager
Leonardo Jardim Portugal 1/8/1974
AS Monaco Asistant Manager
António Vieira Portugal 13/12/1963
AS Monaco Goalkeeper Coach
André Amitrano France 30/11/1957

AS Monaco Transfer News:

Name From Transfer Value
Terence Kongolo Feyenoord €12.5m
Diego Benaglio Wolfsburg undisclosed fee
Jordy Gaspar Lyon free
Soualiho Meite Lille €8m
Youri Tielemans Anderlecht €25m
Name To Transfer Value
Benjamin Mendy Manchester City £49.2m
Tiemoue Bakayoko Chelsea £39.8m
Abdou Diallo Mainz 05 €4.8m
Elderson Sivasspor undisclosed fee
Corentin Jean Bordeaux undisclosed fee
Mathieu Deplagne Troyes undisclosed fee
Valere Germain Marseille €7.7m
Nabil Dirar Fenerbahce undisclosed fee
Bernardo Silva Manchester City £43m

Unfortunately, AS Monaco FC Roster Players Squad could not show the ability in European stage. The club failed to pass the requirement to get European competitions. Monaco FC got into financial difficulties in 2003. The club decline into Ligue 2. After 8 years, this club was bought by Dmitry Rybolovlev. Monaco FC becomes the most spender football club in the world. In the 2012 – 2013, Monaco FC back to Ligue 1.

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