Principality side ready to splash the cash.
Monaco manager Claudio Ranieri has confirmed he would like to take David Beckham and Frank Lampard to the principality.
The pair have long been linked with a move to Stade Louis II, with the ambitious club looking on course for promotion back to Ligue 1.
Monaco are backed by Russian billionaire owner Dmitry Rybolovlev and reports have suggested moves for Beckham and Lampard are in the pipeline.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Clearly Monaco owner Dmitry Rybolovlev has seen the financial moves PSG have been making and feel they could also do with a massive cash injection to improve the club’s squad as they push to secure promotion back to the French top tier.
Claudio Ranieri’s side clearly have the financial pulling power to bring in big names and with Monaco currently sitting in second spot in the Ligue 2 table the Italian will be handed funds to help get the side back into the top tier.
David Beckham is currently without a club having finished his stint at the LA Galaxy and a move to Monaco may well be a challenge that would interest in the 35 year old midfielder and perhaps Frank Lampard, who’s Chelsea contract comes to an end in the summer, will be keen on reuniting with his former boss at the Stade Louis II.
Lampard would need to be convinced that such a move wouldn’t adversely affect his England national team involvement as the 34 year old Blues star, though less used in the Chelsea first team, is still very much part of Roy Hodgson’s plans.
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