France Ligue, I side, Monaco are planning to sell up to 30 players in the upcoming transfer window with a host of African players at the club likely to be affected.
Executive Vice-President and General Director of the club Oleg Petrov made this announcement as reported by the website Foot Mercato.
the Principality outfit which has the second largest payroll in Ligue 1 behind PSG want to part company with several players because the team will not be competing in Europe next season.
Several African players could be affected including Henry Onyekuru who was signed from English Premiership side Everton and was loaned to Galatasaray of Turkey this season. The Nigerian has a contract with Monaco until June 30, 2024.
The likes of Keita Balde Diao and Seydou Sey-Senegal, Jean Eudes Aholou-Ivory Coast, Jadilson Mamadu Tuncara (Pele)-Guinea Bissau, Adama Troare-Mali and Lyle Brent Foster-South Africa, are all on the books of the former French champions.