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Monaco keen to hang on to Falcao

Monaco keen to hang on to Falcao

By Staff Writer - August 13, 2017

Photo: Facebook AS Monaco
Photo: Facebook AS Monaco

Monaco striker Radamel Falcao has slipped from the grasp of AC Milan after a €30 million bid was rejected, according to a number of press reports.

However, the resurgent Colombian player is too important for Monaco to loose, especially if Kylian Mbappe does jump ship to PSG or another top-rank European club. The consensus is that it’s too late for Falcao to leave, as the French Ligue has already begun and it would be difficult to replace him.

The 31-year-old striker scored an impressive 30 goals across all competitions for Monaco last season, following a disastrous loan spell to two UK clubs.

Meanwhile, speculation continues to swirl over the future of 18-year-old prodigy Mbappe.


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