Zapping Our Mondial CAN 2021: the expectations of the Algerian people
During the previous exercise, Aurélien Tchouaméni really exploded under the colors of AS Monaco to the point of being elected best young player of the season at the end of the year. Technically easy, intelligent, never stingy with effort: the player trained at the Girondins de Bordeaux has all the panoply of a modern central midfielder. On September 1, the native of Rouen was even rewarded for his consistency by Didier Deschamps. The coach of the Blues did not hesitate to launch it with the Blues on the occasion of a match against Bosnia-Herzegovina at just twenty-one years old.
His impressive performances inevitably arouse envy: Juventus Turin, Real Madrid or Manchester United, who would like to make him the successor of a certain Paul Pogba, would follow the evolution of his situation. Recently, it is Chelsea who would have entered the dance according to The Sun. Thomas Tuchel, the German coach of Blues, would be a fan of the qualities of the one who only arrived on the Rock in January 2020.
Paul Mitchell’s brilliant metaphor!
Paul Mitchell, the sporting director of AS Monaco, wanted to calm the ardor of the contenders of the Monaco nugget during an interview with Tuttosport, daring a magnificent comparison: “He is already a great player despite his age. If we want to be a top club, we shouldn’t be selling it. We are ambitious. We will assess the situation at the end of the season. He is under contract until 2024 and his value is that of a very high level player. Everything is expensive in Monte-Carlo. Let’s say that Tchouaméni is as expensive as the Grand Casino. “
Monaco warn Chelsea transfer target Aurelien Tchouameni is ‘as expensive as the Grand Casino’ https://t.co/AEFZdp5mO7
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) December 18, 2021
Aurélien Tchouaméni, the young midfielder from Monaco, arouses much envy in Europe: Real Madrid, Juventus Turin, Manchester United and Chelsea would be on the ranks of the rock club nugget. But for Paul Mitchell, the sports director of ASM, Tchouaméni would cost as much as the Grand Casino!