At the end of a fine season, AS Monaco striker Wissam Ben Yedder spoke openly about his future. In reflection, the former Toulousain also addressed the contribution of his trainer Philippe Clement, without denigrating the Belgian’s predecessor, Niko Kovac.
Wissam Ben Yedder carried AS Monaco at the end of the season.
An exceptional end to the season, that’s what Wissam Ben Yedder brought to AS Monaco. As a good captain and thanks to a return to his best level, the French striker piled up the goals and other decisive gestures to participate in the rise of his team in the standings, up to 3rd place.
The Rock club will therefore compete in the play-offs for the next Champions League. With his star player? Doubt seems allowed…
A reflection on his future
Because in the columns of the newspaper L’Equipe on Monday, the man with 25 goals in Ligue 1 in this 2021-2022 financial year spoke of his future, without filter. Despite the interesting sporting challenge offered by ASM, the French international is asking questions about his future. Currently, I am Monaco, which is a big club in Europe. it’s going very well. The future, we will see. Inevitably, we think about it because, as I told you, I am always in a desire to progressrecognized the former Toulouse.
Here is a major file to manage for the Mongasques on this summer transfer window. A man could also try to play a role to convince the ex-Svillande to stay: coach Philippe Clement. Inducted last January, the Belgian has completely conquered Ben Yedder. By giving him back playing time, but also confidence. A feeling felt by the Tricolor but also the entire red and white workforce. He is important, he is someone who has forged a human bond. Ten games before the end of the season, he asked us the question clearly “what is the problem? How do you actually feel?”. He addressed us individually, then. (…) He asked me to do more. He wanted me to lead the team up. The next day, I went to see him to tell him: “II promise you that I will do everything”explained the native of Sarcelles.
Ben Yedder spares Kovac
At the same time, the striker also mentioned his former coach, Niko Kovac. Despite his downgrading in recent months under the direction of the Croatian, Ben Yedder refuses to overwhelm the technician. I know that people expect me to criticize him. Kovac has been a good coach, I have no problem with him. He made his choices. I have always adapted. (…) I definitely wanted to play more, I didn’t like this role as a substitute. When I heard ‘Ben Yedder, luxury joker’, I didn’t like it at all. But I’m not someone who is going to be confrontational, who is going to talk to leaders. (…) I never saw it as something personal with Kovac, he finished. Words filled with wisdom, for an attacker at the top of his game.
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