AS Monaco has completed the arrival of a new recruit from Austria. The Monegasques threw their development on Mohamed Camara, the promising midfielder from Salzburg. More
AS Monaco have a replacement for Tchouaméni
Eliminated from the Champions League play-offs, AS Monaco must still have a competitive workforce. On the one hand, the club will be in the Europa League despite the elimination against PSV Eindhoven. On the other hand, the ASM must appear well in the championship to hope to participate in the C1 next season.
Philippe Clément was looking for a player to compensate for the departure of Aurélien Tchouaméni to Real Madrid. It is now chosen done. After several days of negotiations, the ASM formalized the arrival of Mohamed Camara. The 22-year-old midfielder has signed up for five seasons with the Rocher club. RB Salzburg have recovered around 15 million euros in the operation.
A fifth recruit for the Asemists
Mohamed Camara is young but already has a great experience of European football. Arrived in Austria in January 2018, he took the bottle through loans. He then won in Salzburg. Mohamed Camara was three times Austrian champion, and played 76 games for Salzburg, including European campaigns.
The Malian international said he was delighted to join the Principality: “ I am very happy to join a big club like AS Monaco. After my training in Mali, I had the opportunity to live very good seasons with Red Bull Salzburg, where I am seasoned and where I was able to have a wonderful first experience in Europe. From now on, I am focused in this new stage of my career and I look forward, with all of my new teammates, to meeting the many challenges that will punctuate our season.“, can we read on the ASM website.
Mohamed Camara is the fifth signing of the Monegasques, after Takumi Minamino, Breel Embolo, Thomas Didillon and Malang Sarr. Paul Mitchell, the sporting director of ASM, has ensured that the team is getting stronger in all positions. Philippe Clément will now have to ensure that the chemistry takes hold and that the club remains efficient throughout this season.