While several major European clubs have come to information for Aurélien Tchouaméni, AS Monaco has set the price for its young midfielder. What dissuade more than one suitor? More
Tchouaméni is at least 80 million
At just 22 years old, Aurélien Tchouaméni is already one of the sure values of AS Monaco and Ligue 1. The former Bordelais multiplies the very good performances under the colors of the ASM, which earned him first selections in French team. But the French midfielder seems to be in perpetual progress, and does not leave the big European teams indifferent.
And while big names have come to information for Tchouaméni, Monaco is showing itself to be more and more greedy. Indeed, according to information from Markthe Principality club would claim between 80 and 100 million euros for its young star, under contract until 2024 with ASM.
Real Madrid and Chelsea are crazy about it
One of his trainers at the Girondins de Bordeaux, Pierrot Labat, predicts an even brighter future for him than that of Paul Pogba. Anyway, Aurélien Tchouaméni should be spoiled for choice when he decides to leave AS Monaco to aim even higher. Indeed, other big names are on the lookout and would do anything to enlist the French midfielder.
This is the case of Real Madrid, which sent emissaries to the Principality to discuss the possible transfer of Tchouaméni. And this is not the first time that the people of Madrid are interested in the number 8 of Monaco. Last summer, Real had made a first approach. This time, the Spanish club could be much more concrete and make an offer for the former Girondin. He would like to make him his new Casemiro.
But Tchouaméni is also very popular in the Premier League. Manchester United like his profile, but another club would be willing to splurge to sign the France international. This is Chelsea. As revealed Mark, Thomas Tuchel wants to count Aurélien Tchouaméni in his ranks next season, whatever the cost. On the Monaco side, we prefer to take it in a humorous tone. ” Everything is expensive in Monte-Carlo, let’s say that Tchouaméni is as expensive as the Grand Casino in Monaco“, affirmed Paul Mitchell, sporting director of the ASM.