After recording the departure of Benoît Badiashile from Chelsea, theAS Monaco could record a fresh start in the next few hours.
Since the start of the winter transfer window, AS Monaco has been quite shy in terms of arrivals, because no reinforcements have yet come to fill the Monegasque ranks. However, in terms of departures, the Rocher club is rather active, in particular with the sale of Benoit Badiashile to Chelsea for almost 40 million euros in the first days after the opening of the transfer market in January.
Nevertheless, this big sale should not be the only one, since AS Monaco, failing to lose new starters, wants to get rid of several undesirables in the coming weeks, even if Malang Sarr should ultimately be retained. Among the players who seem to be on the way out, we find in particular the midfielder John Lucaswhich is no longer unanimous, but also the flop Willem Geubbels, who has never won at ASM since his arrival at the club of the principality.
AS Monaco Mercato: Willem Geubbels heads to Switzerland
According to information from foot market, Willem Geubbels would live his last hours at AS Monaco. Indeed, the ASM would have led the negotiations with the Swiss club of St. Gallen for a departure of the 21-year-old striker from January. A case that could cause the Monegasques to lose a lot of money, who had invested a large sum in the striker trained at OL.
While the player is out of contract next June, theAS Monaco Should give Willem Geubbels free, with a percentage on sale. A meager consolation for ASM who had spent no less than 20 million euros to convince OL to sell him in 2018. In the event of failure in the negotiations between the two clubs, the striker should still join Saint-Gall, but in the end season, when his contract with the Rocher club has expired.