In Monaco, when the sale of the club is no longer taboo, the sporting project becomes vague

On the lawn of the Louis-II stadium, Monday evening, the scorers were called Youri Djorkaeff, Clarence Seedorf and Robert Pirès. The mood was festive for the annual meeting between the “Monaco circus” team and that of personalities from the Principality gathered around the pilot Charles Leclerc and Louis Ducruet, the son of Stéphanie and nephew of Albert II. The object of the match is to help in the fight against AIDS. But in the aisles, the conversations really revolved around the news which animated part of the discussions, Monday, throughout the city: that of the possible sale of AS Monaco by its owner Dimitri Rybolovlev. Among the rumors that circulated on Monday, one of them even reported the presence, for the gala meeting, of potential Saudi buyers somewhere at Louis-II…


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