Brazilian star Fabinho wants to leave Monaco next year

Brazilian star Fabinho wants to leave Monaco next year

- Monaco star Fabinho has revealed that he will leave Monaco at the end of the ongoing League season

- Premier League duo of Manchester United and Manchester City are interested in luring him to England

- Paris-Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid are also interested in signing the Brazilian player

Brazilian player Fabinho has stated clearly that he will be on his way out of French club Monaco at the end of the going League season which is expected to end in May 2018.

The news will come as a great one for Premier League duo of Manchester United and current leaders Manchester City who have been tracking his signature.

Fabinho started off as a right-back with Monaco before converting to central midfield and helping them win the Ligue 1 title in May, 2017.

Brazilian star Fabinho wants to leave Monaco next year

Brazilian star Fabinho wants to leave Monaco next year (photo: Sun)

But with potential offers set to arrive for him in January from Manchester United and Manchester City, it appears Fabinho has decided to call it a day at the Stade Louis II.

“It should be my last season at Monaco. I haven’t signed anything. Atletico or PSG? I’m a Monaco player. I need to prove I can play on teams like that.

“We’ll see in May. I used to read the papers, but I don’t anymore and I’m OK with that.” the 24-year-old was quoted to have told reporters by UK Sun.

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Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho told the club's chiefs to go for the signing of Real Madrid star Toni Kroos next year.

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