ESPN is reporting that Ligue 1 champions Monaco are weighing up summer move for Stoke City starlet Julien Ngoy.
The Principality club are well aware they will not be able to keep hold of Kylian Mbappe for much longer and they see the Belgian as a good long-term replacement.
Ngoy is believed to be on the radar of quite a few top clubs, including Real Madrid, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City, but Monaco were the first to make a concrete move.
Julian Ngoy had joined Stoke City in 2013 following spells with Anderlecht, Club Brugge and NSeth Academy, and he recently started realising his potential.
While bagging 7 goals in 11 appearances for the club’s Under-23 side, the 19-year-old also featured in five Premier League fixtures.
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