French club Monaco is reportedly now willing to release their star player Fabinho next summer, but they seem to have slapped a whopping £75million price tag on the skilled midfielder, according to reports.
The Brazilian midfielder was formerly linked with to Premier League rivals Manchester United and City last summer, but the reports claims that French rivals were the clubs leading the race to sign the Brazilian before Monaco came to the conclusion to keep the Midfielder judging by the club’s performance at the start of the campaign.
The Ligue 1 club sold several of their star players in the summer transfer window – including Kylian Mbappe (who joined the Ligue 1 rivals in a season long loan), Tiemoue Bakayoko (who was sold to current Premier League champions Chelsea), Benjamin Mendy and Bernando Silva (was sold to the Premier League club Manchester City).
French outlet Le10 Sports claim that the Ligue Champions are refreshing themselves as they will be looking to get offers from Europe’s top clubs for the 23 year old midfielder, while rivals Paris Saint-German will be expected to return next summer to make new offers in hopes to land the Brazilian and reunite the him with former teammate Mbappe at Parc de Princes.
It was also stated that Pep Guardiola could be interested in the 23 year old and may be looking launch the first bid as the Spanish coach will try to strengthen his team next summer. While the Red devils are yet to reignite their interests in Fabinho following the addition of Nemanja Matic from Chelsea last summer for £40 million.
Meanwhile, Fabinho will be expected to return from International duty in time to play in Monaco next match against Lyon.