Marseille agree deal to bring Monaco's Valere Germain to club
Marseille and Monaco have agreed a deal that will bring Valere Germain from the Ligue 1 champions to the club his father Bruno played for twice.
Germain, 27, will sign a four-year contract with Marseille after scoring 10 goals in all competitions for Leonardo Jardim's team in their romp to the title in France's top flight.
Germain played second fiddle to Radamel Falcao and teenage-sensation Kylian Mbappe over the course of the 2016-17 campaign and will likely be hoping the move leads to more first-choice opportunities at Marseille.
The transfer will be completed on Monday, according to the club, after Germain undergoes a medical with Marseille.
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