Dutch worldwide striker Myron Boadu has left AZ Alkmaar to hitch Monaco on a five-year deal, the Ligue 1 facet introduced on Wednesday.
The 20-year-old, who scored in his first look for the Netherlands in a Euro 2020 qualifier towards Estonia in November 2019, made his Eredivisie debut at 17 years of age.
This summer season he scored three targets for the Netherlands staff that reached the semi-finals of the Underneath 21 European Championship in Hungary and Slovenia.
In 88 skilled outings for AZ, together with 21 in European competitions, he has 38 targets and 18 assists — six targets and 7 assists in Europe.
“I do know that right here, younger gamers like me have all the pieces they should progress,” mentioned the Dutchman who’s below contract till June 2026.
“My objective is to combine as shortly as attainable and convey my qualities to the group.”
The switch price has not been disclosed however sources near the deal say it’s 17 million euros ($20.1m), to be made in 5 instalments.
Boadu is the fourth Monaco recruit of the summer season following the Brazilian Jean Lucas and the Germans Ismail Jakobs and Alexander Nubel, who is barely on mortgage.
Monaco completed third in Ligue 1 final season and on Tuesday beat Slavia Prague 2-0 within the Czech Republic within the first leg of the third qualifying spherical of the Champions League.