NATIONS - France: Didier Deschamps is a fan of Moussa Diaby
Moussa Diaby has conquered his coach. When Didier Deschamps, present on Monday at the end of the day in the press room of the Olympic stadium in Helsinki, on the eve of Finland-France (Tuesday, 8:45 p.m.), as part of the 10th and final day of the qualifiers for the Cup of the world 2022, revealed that Hugo Lloris (34) would keep the goals of Les Blues against Finland, he did not wish to deliver any additional clue.
The boss of the France group, who also explained that all the members of his troop were doing well, however made rather glowing remarks towards the 22-year-old striker of Bayer Leverkusen, decisive passer against Kazakhstan on Saturday and who could be brought to start this meeting without stakes for the France.
"It is a very good thing, and it was not always the case, that players coming off the bench bring freshness, dynamism," said Deschamps before continuing. “He has that, that's one of his qualities. He is able to evolve in different positions. In his club, he plays a little more on the sides. This year, it's a little more to the left than to the right, with freedom too."
"He has the option of using both feet. He is versatile, in addition to his ability to accelerate, he is rather skillful, he has a large volume of play. This desire that he has, the France team needs players of this type there too. What he did was pretty interesting when he was brought in." Moussa Diaby will appreciate, and he just has to continue on this path to continue his path with Les Blues.