AS Monaco manager Philippe Clément wants to sign Ronaldo, Messi, and Mbappe on loan
Paul Mitchell, the director of sports for AS Monaco, said that the team’s manager, Philippe Clement, wanted to loan Cristiano Ronaldo from Al Nassr and as well Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain.
Even though Messi and Mbappe, two of Les Parisiens’ most important players, weren’t there, Monaco beat them 3-1 on Friday.
In the game, Ben Yedder and Aleksander Golovin both scored for Monaco.
Warren Zaire-Emery scored a consolation goal for PSG, but their opponent played much better than them overall.
Messi is yet to sign a contract with Paris SG, also Mbappe was a former Monaco player who moved from Monaco to Paris n 2018.
Ronaldo is now the highest-paid athlete in history after signing a new deal with the Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr.
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When asked about the winter transfers, Mitchell said that the Monaco coach had asked him to bring Messi, Ronaldo, and Mbappe on loan. He told Prime Video Sport about these things.
“If Philippe Clément asks me for players, he often asks me to lend him Messi, Ronaldo, and Kylian (Mbappé),” he said. I usually decline.