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Mercato Monaco: A European champion U23 on the Rock

“Lively and fast, able to play on the entire left flank, the player trained at FC Cologne, the club from his hometown, has signed up for five seasons and is now linked with the Red and White until June 2026. ”Thus the ASM presents its latest recruit on Monday: Ismail Jakobs.

The 21-year-old German left-back or midfielder became European Under-21 champion this summer; his transfer to the Principality is estimated at 6.5 million euros.

« Signing for AS Monaco, a prestigious club coming out of a very good season, with the prospect of playing in the European Cup, is a great source of pride., says the person, thus relayed in an official press release. I am very motivated by this new challenge, which I will try to meet thanks to my work and my determination. I am impatient to join this quality group, in contact with which I hope to learn, progress but also bring everything I can. »

« Ismail made a very promising start in the Bundesliga, where he was closely followed. We are convinced that he will find here all the conditions to continue his progress, while bringing his talent and more competitiveness to the Niko group. (Kovac, editor’s note) ”, notes for his part Oleg Petrov, vice-president and general manager of l’ASM.



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