Next May, 66 million coaches will debate, annoy or validate the list of 23 elected for Euro 2021 (June 11-July 11) unveiled by Didier Deschamps. Reunited for the last time in November with the feeling of duty accomplished during the famous reference match played against Portugal, synonymous with qualification for the Final Four of the League of Nations (6 to 10 October 2021), the French team (opposed this Tuesday evening to Sweden) is preparing to live several months on the sidelines of the news before a reunion scheduled for March.
Anxious to open up his group, to observe new elements and to broaden the tactical range of world champions, the coach sees a little more clearly as to his list of 23 for the great European raout next summer. And if he had to deliver his choices today, few cases would be debated. State of play.
● Goalkeepers: a trio that killed the competition
This is the sector of play in which Didier Deschamps will have the least difficulty to decide. Hugo Lloris (33 years old, 120 caps),