Kylian Mbappe to have new France coach after World Cup
In the 2022 World Cup held in Qatar, France plans to successfully defend its title there. Regardless of the outcome of the competition in December, a new coach will be appointed for Les Blues and Kylian Mbappe, the team’s main star.
After winning the World Cup in Russia four years ago, France will go to Qatar 2022 With the intention of successfully defending the title. The Les Blues are likely to be optimistic about their chances of progressing further in the competition, but they should be aware of the recent pattern in which the champions of the tournament have been eliminated from the first round.
France won the 2018 World Cup and the European Nations League in 2021, despite being eliminated in the round of 16 in the rescheduled European Championship. The 2022 World Cup will be Didier Deschamps’ first major tournament since they have won only one of their previous six matches.
The deadline for Deschamps to submit his preliminary roster of 35-55 players to FIFA for consideration of the final 26-man squad for Qatar is Friday 21 October. Paul Pogba And the N’Golo Kantithe French coach hopes for a speedy recovery from Mike Minan (backup for Hugo Lloris in goal), Lucas Hernandez, or Jules Conde.
France replaces Didier Deschamps after Qatar 2022
Regardless of the outcome of their performance in the tournament, Kylian Mbappe A new coach will be appointed for the rest of the Les Blues teams. After the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, Zinedine Zidane He will take over as coach of the French national team, to replace him Didier Deschamps. This is according to Libertad Digital.
The Frenchman left Real Madrid for the second time in May 2021 after a title-free season. He has remained unemployed ever since, despite the interest of a number of other teams.
His former France teammate Thierry Henry has speculated that the 1998 Ballon d’Or winner might sit on the sidelines until a place in the French national team is opened. Now the Spanish Internet newspaper Libertad Digital Reports indicate that an agreement has been reached between the two parties, that Zidane will succeed Deschamps in the coming months.
The manager, who has won the Champions League three times, has already turned down several high-profile job offers. Several teams Paris Saint-Germain And the Juventushave been associated with him in the past. However, the 50-year-old said publicly in June that he wanted to lead France and that “Not through with Les Bleus.”