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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 PSG 29 6 3 93
2 Monaco 24 8 6 80
3 Lyon 23 9 6 78
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 By Mark Rodden

Fabinho, Thomas Lemar, Djibril Sidibe, Radamel Falcao could all leave Monaco

Toby Alderweireld to Man United? Jorginho to Man City? ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down those rumours and more in Rumour Rater.

Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev has said Atletico Madrid are interested in Fabinho, and admitted other key players could also leave the club this summer.

Fabinho, 24, was linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United in the past, and Vasilyev has now revealed that Monaco will sell the Brazilian should they receive a suitable bid in the close season.

"Yes," he told SFR Sport. "We owe this kid because he's been here four years and it's been promised to him.

"But we have to wait for the...

 By Ian Holyman

Djibril Sidibe eyes World Cup after return to Monaco training from injury

Monaco's Djibril Sidibe
Monaco defender Djibril Sidibe may feature in the World Cup for France despite a right knee injury.

Djibril Sidibe has returned to first-team training at Monaco as he continues his recovery from a knee injury that originally appeared would threaten his World Cup chances.

Sidibe, 25, was not expected to play again this season after tearing the meniscus in his right knee during Monaco's 7-1 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain on April 15.

But he took part in a full training session on Tuesday and looks increasingly likely to find himself in France's World Cup squad when coach Didier Deschamps names his...

 By PA Sport

Djibril Sidibe injury doubt for France at World Cup, out for Monaco

France could not find a goal against Ivory Coast on Tuesday.
Djibril Sidibe will not return for Monaco this season.

Monaco full-back Djibril Sidibe will not play again this season due to a knee injury which could yet put his World Cup in doubt.

The France international, 25, injured the meniscus in his right knee during Sunday's thumping defeat to Paris Saint Germain and will be out for between four and seven weeks.

Monaco's Ligue 1 campaign finishes against Troyes on May 19 while Les Bleus play their World Cup Group C opener against Australia on June 16.

"In the worst case, it is seven weeks. In the best case,...

 By Ian Holyman

Monaco fans urged to reject refund offer after Paris Saint-Germain rout

Monaco's official supporters' club has urged fans who attended Sunday's 7-1 thrashing at Paris Saint-Germain to reject the club's offer to reimburse the cost of their trip.

PSG sealed the Ligue 1 title with the huge win at Parc des Princes, and Monaco said they would refund fans who had made the near 2,000-kilometre return journey to the French capital.

The thrashing leaves deposed champions Monaco four points ahead of Lyon and Marseille in second place, which brings qualification for the group...

Paris Saint-Germain put seven past Monaco to claim Ligue 1 title

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Ligue 1: Angel Di Maria (20') PSG 3-0 Monaco
Ligue 1: Edinson Cavani (17') PSG 2-0 Monaco
Ligue 1: Giovani Lo Celso (14') PSG 1-0 Monaco

Paris Saint-Germain won the French league title after beating defending champion Monaco 7-1 on Sunday, with the crushing victory highlighting the obvious gulf between the two teams this season.

Monaco meekly surrendered the title that it had won so impressively last season, doing little to prolong the suspense. It was losing 4-0 after 28 minutes as PSG easily did enough for a fifth title in six seasons and a seventh overall. PSG leads second-place Monaco by 17 points with five rounds remaining.

Midfielder...