How Campos class allowed the club to cash in
Here are just three of the players Campos recruited for Monaco before the club sold them on for a handsome profit…
Poached from the famous Clairefontaine academy, Mbappe become Monaco’s youngestever first-team player aged just 16 years 347 days on Dec. 2, 2015. The forward then scored his first goal for the club less than a year later. Apart from scaring opposition defenses he scored 16 goals in 41 appearances for the principality club before this summer’s move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Option of purchase for €180 million.
The departure of Michael Emenalo has left the Premier League champions looking to recruit Luis Campos, once Jose Mourinho’s senior scout at Real Madrid (both inset), to replace him. (Reuters)