Since 2015, AS Monaco has recovered 246 million euros thanks to players trained at the club. A record in Europe. ASM is ahead of Real Madrid and Olympique Lyonnais.
Training pays off big in Monaco. According to a study by the CIES Football Observatory, ASM is the club that has received the most money thanks to its players trained at the club. Since 2015, the rock club has received 246 million euros with nine transfers of players trained at the club.
Leading players from the Monegasque academy, we obviously find Kylian Mbappé. The Frenchman left the South of France to join the capital club on a paying loan of 35 million euros on August 31, 2017. A year later, PSG paid Monaco 145 million euros to permanently secure the player’s services for the next four seasons.
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Kylian Mbappé brought in a total of 180 million euros for the Monegasque club. Eight other players trained at ASM have generated 66 million euros since 2015.
The semi-finalist club of the Champions League in 2017 is ahead of Real Madrid and its 235 million euros, as well as Olympique Lyonnais with 228 million euros, collected during 14 different transfers. A record in Europe. Only Real, Ajax and Manchester City transferred more than ten players trained during this period.
Three other Ligue 1 clubs are in the top 20: Stade Rennais is 13th with €100m, Saint-Étienne is 17th, with €83m and Bordeaux is in 19th position with €78m.
With 1.17 billion euros, French clubs and Monaco have received the most money from the transfer of players from the training center since July 2015, just ahead of the English teams (1.13 billion euros). Italian clubs complete the podium with €743m. They are followed by the Spaniards (€703m, of which a third by Real Madrid), the Dutch (€564m), the Germans (€551m) and the Brazilians (€403m).