Over the two last seasons, AS Monaco's squad has included players representing a total of 14 different countries. Following the comings and goings this summer, there are now 11 different nationalities in the squad.
Portugal is the most represented nation this season with seven players from that country, Ivan Cavaleiro, Fabio Coentrao, Helder Costa and Ronny Lopes having joined their compatriots Ricardo Carvalho, Joao Moutinho and Bernardo Silva. With Valère Germain, Abdou Diallo and Dylan Bahamboula going out on loan, and Marc-Aurèle Caillard, Layvin Kurzawa, Geoffrey Kondogbia and Anthony Martial leaving the club, the French contingent - which made up the majority of the playing staff in recent years - is now rather smaller, despite the arrival of Fares Bahlouli, Thomas Lemar and Paul Nardi.
Gabriel Boschilia has replaced Matheus in the Brazilian contingent, with Carrillo now representing Argentina in the squad following the departure of Lucas Ocampos, while Mario Pasalic (Croatia), Stephan El Shaarawy (Italy) and Adama Traoré (Mali) each linked up with a compatriot on joining the club. Finally, the African nations (5) are better represented than the European (4) and South American countries (2) in this Monegasque squad, which has still retained its distinctly cosmopolitan tradition.
Squad members by nationality
- PORTUGAL 7 (Carvalho, Cavaleiro, Coentrao, Costa, Lopes, Moutinho, Silva)
- FRANCE 5 (Bahlouli, Bakayoko, Lemar, Nardi, Toulalan)
- BRAZIL 3 (Boschilia, Fabinho, Wallace)
- CROATIA 2 (Pasalic, Subasic)
- ITALY 2 (El Shaarawy, Raggi)
- ARGENTINA 1 (Carrillo)
- IVORY COAST 1 (Traoré L.)
- MALI 2 (Touré, Traoré A.)
- MOROCCO 1 (Dirar)
- NIGERIA 1 (Elderson)
- SENEGAL 1 (Sy)