Glenn Hoddle, the English thinker
An attacking midfielder gifted with exceptional vision and goalscoring ability, Glenn Hoddle signed for AS Monaco in 1987 after 12 seasons, 494 matches and 110 goals for Spurs. During his time in the Principality, he won the French league title in his first year (87-88), and also earned a Coupe de France winner's medal in 1991. Altogether he made 69 appearances and scored 27 goals in his three seasons in the Red & White. Before the double-header against Arsenal last season, Glenn Hoddle returned to the Principality along with Mark Hateley to film a report for UK television. An opportunity for AS Monaco TV to catch up with the pair.
Jürgen Klinsmann, the German marksman
A World Cup winner in 1990 with West Germany, the striker joined AS Monaco in 1992. Scoring 19 goals, he led the team to a runners-up spot in the French league in 92-93, and then to the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League in 93-94. In 1994, he made the switch to Tottenham for one season (41 appearances, 21 goals) before joining Bayern. After winning the European Championships in 1996 with Germany, he ended his European career in Munich in 97-98 (15 appearances, 9 goals) before a final spell in the USA.
Emmanuel Adebayor, the Togolese talent
After breaking through at Metz, the gifted Togolese striker signed for AS Monaco in 2003 and experienced the epic European campaign in 03-04 from the subs' bench. He scored 26 goals in 115 appearances in the Red & White before joining Arsenal in 2006. He had three excellent seasons for the Gunners, and later had spells with Manchester City, Real Madrid and Tottenham between 2011 and 2015 (113 appearances, 42 goals). He recently cancelled his contract with Spurs.
Dimitar Berbatov, the Bulgarian boss
With 46 goals in 101 appearances for Spurs between 2006 and 2008, and a League Cup winner's medal in 2008, the Bulgarian is a club legend and a fans' favourite. After a superb four year spell with Man Utd (2008-2012) and two seasons with Fulham, "Berba" joined AS Monaco in the January transfer window in 2014. He spent a season and a half in the Principality, making 53 appearances, scoring 18 goals and playing a big part in AS Monaco's return to European competition.