The Euro is slowly approaching (June 14-July 14) and the French team is entering its home stretch with two friendlies on the program against Germany and Chile (March 23 and 26 in Lyon and Marseille). The time has come for final adjustments for Didier Deschamps, who will not shake up his group when he unveils his list this Thursday at the FFF headquarters. It’s not like the house to do this three months before a major competition. Usually, the March group looks like two drops of water to that of mid-May, the date planned for the Euro list. Thursday’s announcement at the FFF headquarters will be part of this line.

In recent days, a name has been rumored to join the Blues: Bradley Barcola. The Parisian, even if he is marking time recently, is a starter at PSG and could have made up for the absence of Kingsley Coman, injured with Bayern Munich and in the recovery phase. If he is observed by the A staff, the Espoirs striker (21 years old), who can play on the right or on the left, should remain at the dock this time.

In the middle, Boubacar Kamara, injured, is out. Adrien Rabiot in the recovery phase with Juventus should be there. Warren Zaire-Emery, who had to leave the November rally due to injury, will be there. To support him in the midfield, alongside Aurélien Tchouaméni, Eduardo Camavinga and Youssouf Fofana, Jordan Veretout stays one step ahead of his former partner, Mattéo Guendouzi, now at Lazio Rome.

For the rest, the list should not contain any surprises. Among the goalkeepers (Maignan, Samba, Areola), everything is crystal clear and in defense almost too (Clauss, Koundé, Lucas and Théo Hernandez, William Saliba, Dayot Upamecano, Ibrahima Konaté, Jean-Clair Todibo). In attack, the usual players will be there (Mbappé, Griezmann, Giroud, Dembélé, Thuram), while the staff should once again trust Randal Kolo Muani, replacement at PSG but who still retains a certain credit in the selection.