Bad news for the Blues


By: Manu Tournoux

Two days before the announcement of Didier Deschamps’ list for the two matches against Germany and Chile, Adrien Rabiot seems insufficiently recovered to be able to participate in the gathering.

Now two months before the announcement of the list of players for the next Euro, the two friendly matches against Germany and Chile are of capital importance. For some, this is the last opportunity to convince Didier Deschamps. To this end, the list that the French coach will communicate this Thursday could hold some surprises. In the absence of Kingsley Coman, injured, Bradley Barcola could experience his first call-up.

And Didier Deschamps should have to deal with another major package. According to the Italian press, Adrien Rabiot should indeed withdraw from the rally. The French midfielder, who has become an executive with the Blues since N’Golo Kanté and Paul Pogba disappeared from the scene, would not have sufficiently recovered from his dislocation of his left big toe following a collision with his teammate Bremer.

After missing the last two Juventus matches, the former Parisian is still in the infirmary and the staff of the France team will not take any risks with their midfielder. This absence will be added to that of Boubacar Kamara, seriously injured in the knee and already out of the Euro and could benefit Khephren Thuram or Jordan Veretout.

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