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0-0-0, 10th in French Ligue 1
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2dReuters

Next Mbappe? Monaco sign Geubbels for €20m

AS Monaco have signed 16-year-old Lyon striker Willem Geubbels for a transfer fee of €20 million ($23.17m), the Ligue 1 clubs announced on Tuesday.

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13dESPN staff

Transfer Talk: Barcelona favour Lemar

Many of the top clubs in Europe are chasing Monaco's Thomas Lemar, but it's Barcelona who are in pole position. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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16dReuters

Poland's Glik likely to miss all of World Cup

The shoulder injury suffered by Poland's Kamil Glik will most likely exclude the defender from the World Cup squad, the team doctor said on Tuesday.

Nicol: Fabinho a great signing for Liverpool (1:43)
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24dGlenn Price

Liverpool sign Monaco's Fabinho for €50m

Liverpool see the 24-year-old as a direct replacement for Emre Can, who is expected to sign for Juventus on a free transfer this summer.

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76dIan Holyman

No contact with PSG over transfer - Fabinho

Fabinho was close to joining PSG last summer and in January he opened the door to a move away from Monaco by saying he wanted a new challenge.

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78dPA Sport

Rony Lopes hands Monaco draw vs. Rennes

Monaco moved five points clear of Marseille in the race for second place in Ligue 1 after taking a point from a 1-1 draw with Rennes.

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78dJonathan Johnson

Emery best in Ligue 1 - Monaco's Jardim

Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim offered support to embattled PSG counterpart Unai Emery, saying he's the best coach in Ligue 1 this season.

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80dESPN staff

VAR will 'kill football' - Monaco's Falcao

Monaco's Radamel Falcao criticised the VAR system as something that could "kill football" after it twice benefitted PSG on Saturday.

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83dJonathan Johnson

Monaco's Jardim: I won't be next PSG boss

Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim has publicly ruled himself out of the running to succeed Unai Emery as Paris Saint-Germain coach.