According to La Dernière Heure, AS Monaco are interested in Largie Ramazani (21), who enjoyed a fruitful season in La Liga 2 for Almeria.
The side finished top of the division and will therefore be playing in La Liga next season. As a result, Almeria are looking to keep one of the key architects of that promotion. Ramazani scored 8 goals and registered 1 assist last season, and he is considered a “very important element for the future.”
Consequently, he will be difficult to dislodge. Nonetheless, the former Manchester United academy product has attracted the interest of AS Monaco. Compatriot and Monaco manager Philippe Clement “appreciates his profile,” and the Principality club could make an offer for the player. His current contract at the Spanish side runs until 2025, so Almeria are under no pressure to sell the young Belgian, who has made multiple appearances for the Belgian youth sides and joined as a free agent in 2020.