the probable list of players from the France team called up by Didier Deschamps

the probable list of players from the France team called up by Didier Deschamps
the probable list of players from the France team called up by Didier Deschamps

On the eve of Didier Deschamps’ list for the Euro, there remains some uncertainty over the number of players who will be called up and the choices which will be made for the last defender, the last midfielder and the last attacker.

Not easy, life as coach of the France team when putting together this list for the Euro. If Didier Deschamps was not excited about the idea of ​​taking more than 23 players, it seems that he changed his mind after discussing it with his staff: the situation forces them to adapt in view of the some uncertainties that exist.

An expanded list of 25 or 26 names could thus see the light of day to take into account the fact that Kingsley Coman has not played again with Bayern (there is only one match left for the Bavarians, Saturday at Hoffenheim). He resumed racing on May 6 and received a visit from some of the medical staff at the beginning of the week to see the progress of his condition.

Aurélien Tchouameni is doing better. The player talks a lot with the coach. His stress fracture in his left foot should not prevent him from at least being on the scoresheet on June 1 for the Champions League final. Concerning Lucas Hernandez’s package, two players are vying for the place: Ferland Mendy and Lucas Digne. On the right, the logic of Koundé and Clauss should be respected even if Simakan entered the debate recently.

25/26 this Thursday, but maybe at the Euro?

One player will be under surveillance from the moment he joins the Blues rally: Mike Maignan, goalkeeper No. 1, who has had a physically complicated season. While he hasn’t played for a month, he could be lined up on Saturday at Torino, which would allow him to take stock of his feelings. Serie A will then end on May 26, but AC Milan must travel to Australia for a very lucrative match against Roma on May 31.

In any case, the available players will be present at Clairefontaine on Tuesday May 28. Physical tests and medical monitoring will be the concerns at the start of preparation until everyone is together. The Champions League finalists (Tchouaméni, Camavinga, potentially Ferland Mendy) and therefore the Rossoneri (Maignan, Théo Hernandez and Giroud) will arrive on June 2.

Between a player never called up to A, but who managed to shake up the hierarchy in Paris and gain the trust of Luis Enrique, and another who has 10 caps and is one of Unai Emery’s important players, the choice is not not easy to do. The return of Christopher Nkunku, who has had the right to a few parts of matches so far and could play against Brighton on Wednesday evening, is also one to watch.

Barcola or Diaby to complete the attack

Bradley Barcola is a key piece of Thierry Henry’s for the Espoirs and for the next Paris 2024 Olympic Games. He has been closely followed by the staff for a while and even more so since he signed for PSG. His name was leaked last March before seeing the return of Moussa Diaby, who is coming off a good season with Aston Villa. Will this still be the case tomorrow? The debate exists within the staff.

Between a player never called up to A, but who managed to shake up the hierarchy in Paris, and gain the trust of Luis Enrique, and another who has 10 caps and is one of Unai Emery’s important players, the choice is not is not easy to do. The return of Christopher Nkunku, who has had the right to a few parts of matches so far and could play against Brighton on Wednesday evening, is also one to watch.

The list of probables (25 or 26)

Guardians : Areola, Maignan, Samba

Defenders : Koundé, Clauss, Pavard, Konaté, Saliba, T. Hernandez, Digne or F. Mendy

Environments : Camavinga, Fofana, Rabiot, Zaire-Emery, Tchouaméni, Griezmann, Guendouzi or Veretout

Attackers : Dembélé, Giroud, Kolo Muani, Mbappé, Thuram, Coman, Barcola or Diaby

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