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AS Monaco: globalists Disasi and Fofana back in training


The defender and midfielder of the France team could be available to face Auxerre this Wednesday, December 28.

Kylian Mbappé influences Ligue 1. The PSG striker had only waited three days before returning to training after the World Cup.

This Monday morning, it was the Monegasques Axel Disasi and Youssouf Fofana, also present in Qatar, who imitated him.

Eight days of rest were enough for them and the Christmas festivities obviously did not deter them from returning to La Turbie, the Rocher club's training centre.

According to RMC Sport, the two French internationals could even be on the attack for ASM's trip to Auxerre, Wednesday December 28 at 5 p.m.

They would apply for a place in the group of Philippe Clement.

AS Monaco wishes you a 𝗝𝗼𝘆𝗲𝘂𝘅 𝗡𝗼𝗲̈𝗹 ❤️🤍

- AS Monaco 🇲🇨 (@AS_Monaco) December 25, 2022

If their early return testifies to their motivation, the two partners were entitled to less playing time than Mbappé at the World Cup.

Called up for the first time in the France team, Axel Disasi was established against Tunisia, during the match lost by the "hairdressers" during the group stage (0-1), and entered at the very end of the game against Poland in the round of 16 (3-1) and Argentina in the final (3-3, 2-4 on pens).

Fofana, he was aligned from the start against Tunisia and against Morocco in the semi-finals (2-0), benefiting from the package of Adrien Rabiot.

The midfielder was also launched during the match several times by Didier Deschamps.

Back now to everyday life in Ligue 1. On Sunday January 1, the Monegasques will host Brest, four days after their trip to Auxerre.

No time to breathe, therefore, for the globalists whose presence could well help the men of Clement, 6th in Ligue 1 four points from the podium.

Source: leparis

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