Monaco: the Serie A star is getting closer

AS Monaco could soon get the reinforcement of Andrea Belotti. Discussions for his signature would be advanced and the operation could soon be formalized. The departure of Benoît Badiashile would be in the pipeline.

According to information obtained by The Republic, ASM is in pole position to obtain the signing of Andrea Belotti, this transfer window. The Monegasque club is in advanced discussions with the Italian international (44 caps, 12 goals) and an agreement could soon be reached. The daily evokes a possible remuneration of 3.5 million euros per season, but does not specify the amount of the possible signing bonus.

Monaco take over despite fierce competition

Andrea Belotti has been free since the end of his commitment with Torino. The native of Calcinate had been playing for the Turin club since 2015, for a total of 113 goals and 28 assists in 251 games. Monaco is not the only one on the spot, since Roma, Atlético Madrid, AC Milan, or even Monza have been associated with the name of the striker. His arrival could allow Philippe Clement to be able to rely on a very strong attacking squad. Especially since the technician has already obtained the signing of Takumi Minamino from Liverpool, for which ASM has spent 15 million euros. The Japanese international signed a contract until June 2026 a few days ago.

On the departure side, AS Monaco has already registered that of Aurélien Tchouaméni for Real Madrid, in exchange for a check for 80 million euros. Pietro Pellegri left to permanently strengthen the Torino attack for 6 million euros. The leaders would now target the transfer of Benoît Badiashile, which would interest Atlético de Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United, Newcastle and Sevilla. The Monegasques would expect 50 million euros to let him slip away. Finally, we must not forget that the extension of Kylian Mbappé has already generated an inflow of money of 35 million euros, which implies a significant envelope for the transfer window: the ASM should be cut for the race for the Champions League next season.



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