Ghanaian-born Myron Boadu has completed his move to French Ligue I side AS Monaco from Dutch Club AZ Alkmaar.
AZ Alkmaar and the 2004 UEFA Champions League finalists reached an agreement for the player to seal a permanent transfer.
Boadu has been on the wishlist of Monaco for sometime now and finally seals the deal.
The Amsterdam-born centre-forward, who has already played with the Netherlands national team (1 cap and 1 goal), has signed a contract which binds him until 30 June 2026.
““We are very happy to welcome Myron Boadu to AS Monaco. Myron has shown a lot of qualities and despite his age has an interesting experience at international level. His arrival is part of our desire to consolidate the competitiveness of the squad and to continue our progress in a sustainable manner,” AS Monaco vice President Oleg Petrov said.
The 21-year-old is however ready to embrace the new challenge ahead of him.
“This is a big step for me and I feel a lot of pride in committing to AS Monaco. I would like to thank the club for the trust placed in me.
“AS Monaco is coming off a successful season with a return to the European Cup. I know that here, young players like me have everything they need to progress. My goal is to integrate as quickly as possible and to bring my qualities to the team. I can’t wait to start this new adventure.”
The attacker netted 15 times for AZ Alkamaar in the Dutch eredivisie last season.