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Forward Valere Germain became the first recruit of his hometown team Marseille after he left Monaco, the club announced.

"Monaco and Marseille have reached an agreement for the transfer of striker Valere Germain, who will sign on Monday a four-year contract after passing the medical examinations," Marseille said in a statement on their official website on Saturday.

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Ligue 1 champions Monaco have extended their head coach Leonardo Jardim's contract until 2020, the football club announced, dismantling rumours that the Portuguese was moving in the direction of Chinese Super League (CSL) club Beijing Guoan.

"I am very happy to continue my work in Monaco. Last three seasons here were exceptional, especially when we were crowned in the league this May," said Jardim after his contract extension.

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AS Monaco secured their first Ligue 1 title since 2000 with a 2-0 home win against Saint-Etienne in a rescheduled match.

Monaco have virtually won the french top division football championship ahead of the rescheduled 31st round of matches, as they led defending champions Paris Saint-Germain, who had one game remaining, by three points with a far superior goal difference, and a draw with eighth-ranked Saint-Etienne would earn them a tight grip on the trophy.

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French football club Monaco will put their hands on the Ligue 1 trophy for the first time since 2000 thanks to a 4-0 home win against Lille, which took them three points clear atop the table. Paris Saint-Germain will be unable to defend their title despite a 5-0 victory over Saint-Etienne as Monaco have a far superior goal difference and a game in hand.


Radamel Falcao scored one goal apiece in both halves on Sunday. His attacking partner Kylian Mbappe finished two assists with his speed and agility to Bernardo Silva and Falcao. With two minutes remaining, the leaders sealed a four-goal win with Lille player Junior Alonso's own goal.

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Italian Serie A leaders Juventus booked their second appearance in UEFA Champions League final over the past three years with a 2-1 home win and 4-1 on aggregate over Ligue 1 side Monaco.

Mario Mandzukic and Dani Alves on Tuesday extended the hosts' advantage to four goals in the first half, before promising star Kylian Mbappe pulled one back for Monaco.

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Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain are set to put the Ligue 1 football title chase deadlocked for another round having both picked up three easy points. While Leaders Monaco won 3-0 over Nancy away on Saturday, keeping a three-point cushion over PSG, who controversially battered bottom-ranked Bastia 5-0 at Parc des Princes in the capital.

Monaco took the lead on Nancy defender Tobias Badila's own goal just three minutes into the game, before that was extended by Bernardo Silva, who headed in Thomas Lemar's cross from the left. Kylian Mbappe, Monaco's 18-year-old sensation, took advantage of his speed to set up Lemar for a three-goal margin with four minutes to go.

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Italian football giants Juventus rode on a brace from star striker Gonzalo Higuain to register a 2-0 away victory over AS Monaco in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League semi-final.

In their first appearance in the tournament's semi-final since 2004, Monaco, whose impressive forward line have tallied 146 goals in all competitions so far this season, were restrained throughout the game by the superb Juventus defence which has conceded just two goals in 10 Champions League game this term.

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