After a disappointing month of August, AS Monaco looks to take advantage of this international break to fine-tune the training automatisms. It’s an ideal window for the new players who make up the current squad. In 6 days, OM will come knocking and the team will have to be ready.

At 5:30 pm on Monday, Islam Slimani’s teammates returned to La Turbie. In these times of international break, the non-convened for the international break have been able to decompress and, above all, work on their physique and endurance. By Sunday, Leonardo Jardim and his players will train every day, with a double session scheduled on Wednesday. Friday, the media can attend a few minutes of training. Of course, they will only have one word in their mouth: OM.

Tickets for Sunday’s match remain available

For Tiemoué Bakayoko’s first home game and the expected returns of Cesc Fabregas and Ruben Aguilar, ASM will need to come out with a big match to finally hope to clinch their first win of the season and get out of the Ligue 1 red zone. For this, the club will need a full Louis II stadium to cheer them on. There are still seats available whether in Second E / F (35 €), First Laterals (55 €) or Central (75 €). Everyone, head to Louis II!

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.