Didier Deschamps Should Apparently Remain French National Coaches

Didier Deschamps has been the coach of the French national team since 2012 and has led them to tremendous success over the years. But, with rumors swirling that he might be on his way out, should he remain as French national coach? In this article, we'll discuss the potential impact his departure could have on not just France's current success but also Zinedine Zidane's career.

As the French sports newspaper L'Équipe reported on Monday, Deschamps tends to extend his contract expiring at the end of the year. Absolutely nothing has been decided yet, but association president Noel Le Great apparently wishes to continue with the 2018 world champion coach. The ball is now with Deschamps, who has to make the last choice.

in case of extension: Agreement until 2026 sought

This ought to take place at a meeting between Le Great and Deschamps in early January. I will call Deschamps tomorrow or over mow when he has actually recuperated in the house, revealed the President at BFM TV.


According to the report, Deschamps should make every effort for a contract up until the 2026 World Cup. If this long-term extension in fact takes place, this would likewise have an effect on Zinedine Zidane. If he leaves the Équipe Tricolore after the World Cup, the former success coach from Real Madrid has been considered a safe successor to Deschamps for a long time.

As L'Équipe continues, Zidane would once again place themselves for the task at a club team in a continued work of his previous teammate. So far, Zidane had actually also declined existing offers due to the fact that the training task was his dream with the nationwide group and had shaken Deschamps' chair after the early end of the European Champion 2021. Zidane would now have to put this dream at the back-and according to the details from the newspaper rapidly search for a club. A couple of weeks before the start of the World Cup, he announced: It does not take long for me to train a group once again. Which one will be stays open.