Football is a very interesting sports, and as well a business. Most individuals or group of people owns this business(club), and in business profit making is the major aim. A lot of club owners have invested in their various clubs, and they expects profits in return.
With this business ideology, there are certain clubs that does very good business when it comes to buying and selling of players. These clubs buys the player for little or nothing, grooms and sells the player at a high rate making a lot of profit.
In this line, we will consider As Monaco as one of the football clubs that does very good business when it comes to buying and selling of players. We will see several times the club has done amazing deals and the players with which dey made such deals. AS Monaco sold players like mbappe, mendy, Fabinho, Bernardo sliva, martial, etc. Below are pictures that explains how amazing the club transfers has been in the past years.
1. Bernardo Silva
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