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AS MONACO, Golovin: "Club didn't ask me to leave. Anyway, I want to stay put"

06.08.2019 21.46 by Claudio Colla  read 384
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As reported by Russian press agency ITAR Tass, AS Monaco and Russian NT midfielder Aleksandr Golovin (23), addressed with rumours having him leaving French club, after a disappointing first season in of his, stated: "No, I was not offered to leave. But to be honest, even if a club wanted to recruit me and call me this summer, I would refuse. It's only been one season that I'm here. Whoever calls me, Real Madrid or FC Barcelona. It's a no. I do not like to swap team every year". Former CSKA Moscow star is currently on a deal with Ligue 1 side until June 2023.

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