Due to bad weather, the clash scheduled tonight at Louis II Stadium between Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain is being postponed to a later date. The Alpes-Maritimes and Var departments were placed under red storm warning for rains and floods. The Competition Commission of the LFP will decide on a new date in the coming days.
ASM’s supporters will be disappointed with the announcement of this report by the National League of Professional Football (LFP) that tonight’s match is being postponed. But the bad weather has rolled in right before this match on the 15th day of Ligue 1. The entire department is placed on a red level flood watch as heavy rains will continue dumping in the next hours.
Neymar, Mbappé and their cohorts were expected tonight at Louis II but they left on the plane back to Paris instead. The match should be postponed until January or February. The Competition Commission of the LFP will make its decision in the coming days.
Regarding the ticketing, the club will soon communicate information about the refund of tickets.
Currently 14th, the ASM was counting on this clash to resume its march forward and upward in the standings. The team will have to wait until Wednesday to bounce back. A trip to Toulouse awaits them (7 pm).
*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.