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Liste de Deschamps&nbsp ;: Zaïre-Emery called? What surprises are expected?

Didier Deschamps should call young Warren Zaïre-Emery (17) for the first time. But a somewhat forgotten player; could also make his return: Matteo Guendouzi.

Didier Deschamps will announce, this Thursday, November 9, the list of 23 players called up with the France team for the international break this November. The Blues will play two matches counting for the playoffs at home. Euro 2024, even if they are already there mathematically qualified thanks to six wins in their first six matches. They will face Gibraltar at the Allianz Arena in Nice on Saturday November 18, then Greece at the Allianz Arena in Nice. at the Opap Arena in Athens on Tuesday, November 21. For these two meetings, Didier Deschamps should select for the first time the young PSG prodigy, Warren Zaïre-Emery, who is a starter with his training club at home. Only 17 years old. But other surprises could also slip into the coach's list.

Tchouaméni package, no headache for Deschamps

Questioned by the press on the occasion of the Ballon d'Or ceremony, where he was present, Didier Deschamps had complimented him. the young Parisian: "I like it, yes, I already have it" said. It pleases everyone a lot of people. With his young age, he shows a lot of maturity. and he strings together very high level performances. This is a very good thing. He is French and he is likely to be selected. sooner or later. And with the loss of Aurélien Tchouaméni, victim of a metatarsal injury and absent for around two months, the coach did not even have to play. to cross a name off his list: "His possible presence would not be linked to the fact that Auréélien is not there, but that frees up a place yes", he admits himself ;me Didier Deschamps.

A new record for the French team

Warren Zaïre-Emery will be able to set a new goal, and a new record. If he is well selected, and if he plays against Gibraltar or Greece, he will be the youngest player to have played in the world. under the jersey of the French team since the Second World War. He would thus beat the recent record of Eduardo Camavinga, selected for the World Cup. for the first time at 17 years and 303 days. And it was precisely a record that he had in mind. In an interview published by Tuttosport a few days ago, he mentioned among his goals: short term: "First of all being called in the French team. I wouldn't mind beating Camavinga's record. So it will be done.

A package, and a surprise return?

But Didier Deschamps could well prepare another surprise in his list. According to information from Corriere dello Sport, Matteo Guendouzi could be recalled. soon by the coach of the Blues, who looks favorably on his recent good performances in his new Lazio jersey. Boubacar Fofana could pay the price in midfield. On the side from the infirmary, Benjamin Pavard, injured this weekend with Inter Milan, will be absent and should be replaced. by Axel Disasi or Jean-Clair Todibo to cover the central defender position. Unless Deschamps prefers Malo Gusto, to play right back and replace Jules Koundé in central defense, a position in which he plays at club. Théo Hernandez, also affected; this weekend with his club, was uncertain but should be present with the Blues.

Here is Didier Deschamps' latest list, to face the Netherlands and #39;Scotland last October:

  • Goalkeepers : Alphonse Aréola, Mike Maignan, Brice Samba.
  • Defenders: Dayot Upamecano, Jonathan Clauss, Lucas Hernandez, Théo Hernandez, Jules Kound, William Saliba, Benjamin Pavard, Ibrahima Konat. li>
  • Attackers : Ousmane Dembélé, Kingsley Coman, Marcus Thuram, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappé, Christopher Nkunku, Olivier Giroud.

As with Each Deschamps list, several surprises can be expected. For this gathering of the France team as part of the next four matches of the League of Nations, the coach of the France team should offer his first selection to ; Warren Zaïre-Emery. He could also recall Matteo Guendouzi, performing well in his new Lazio colors.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116