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Several new football stars could be coming to Monaco soon, as Thierry Henry spreads his wings across the footballing world to sign new stars.
Looking to shore up his team for better results in the second half of the season, the AS Monaco manager has signed Lyle Foster from South African team Orlando Pirates.
He is also rumoured to be close to a deal to bring Cesc Fabregas to Monaco from Chelsea.
That’s not all. Henry is said by several sport publications to be desperate to sign experienced centre-back Mamadou Sakho.
In further news, publications reported that 36-year-old Brazilian Naldo is leaving struggling German side Schalke for Monaco.
Artmonte-carlo is set to return this July as a leading platform for contemporary art, modern art, design and, new this year, high-end jewellery.
The Irish men’s team will go to the Tokyo Olympic Games after defeating France in the Rugby 7s qualifiers in Monaco, as well as the French and Russian women’s teams.
AS Monaco Basketball have taken a fall to Asvel Strasbourg, putting them in fourth place for the Jeep Elite season, but still giving them the golden ticket to the quarterfinals.
Despite one extra pit-stop over Lewis Hamilton, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has taken out the French GP, extending his championship lead.