AS Monaco manager Niko Kovac has formed an undesirables list of players that he wants sold by the end of the summer transfer window on 5th October, with Ligue 1 a week away from commencing.
Senegalese attacker Keita Baldé and Brazilian central defender Jemerson are the notable individuals on this list, joined by midfielder Youssef Aït Bennasser, Malian midfielder Adama Traoré, winger Samuel Grandsir and left-back Jorge.
Wilson Isidor, Julien Serrano & Adrien Bongiovanni are also on this list.
Sporting Director Paul Mitchell and Kovac must also make decisions on Cesc Fabregas and Stevan Jovetic, who are both on very considerable wages, whose contracts expire in 2022 and 2021 respectively.
Five other players have returned from loans: Djibril Sidibé (Everton), Antoino Barreca (Genoa), Pelé (Reading), Gil Dias (Granada), Jordi Mboula (Huesca).
On the flip side, Kovac is currently giving chances to Jean-Eudes Aholou, Nacer Chadli, Henry Onyekuru and Sofiane Diop, who were all outcasts under the regimes of Leonardo Jardim and Robert Moreno.