Soon the return of the French team. Already qualified for Euro 2024 in Germany, the Blues will host Gibraltar on November 18 and travel to Greece three days later. Didier Deschamps' players will try to remain undefeated in this group which they dominate head and shoulders.
While waiting to give his list on Thursday, Deschamps, who extended his contract with the Blues last January until 2026, spoke about his future. The Basque notably confided in the columns of Nice-Matin that he could see himself, one day, taking over a club. “Yes, from the moment I did it. But I don't ask myself that question today. I don't know what tomorrow or the day after tomorrow will bring. I have a great privilege, it is to have the freedom to choose,” declared the 55-year-old technician.
The former coach of Olympique de Marseille, Juventus Turin and AS Monaco, also mentioned the possibility of ending his coaching career. “Is quitting a possibility? It will happen at some point. I know that I have a very desirable position, that's normal, it's a high level. If I have less passion, desire, determination, I will not continue to continue. Even more so for what this blue-white-red jersey represents for me. I consider him professionally, above all else.