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Sports French team: A young midfielder turns his back on the Blues

10:10  09 august  2022
10:10  09 august  2022 Source:   butfootballclub.fr

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while the World Cup is getting closer, a young midfielder will change selection and abandon the Blues.

Yacine Adli © icon Sport Yacine Adli

While the World Cup is getting closer, a young midfielder will change selection and abandon the Blues.

The French team has many talented players. However, competition is extremely tough and places are expensive in the Didier Deschamps team. While the 2022 World Cup is approaching, some players will have choices to make about their future on the international scene. A promising young tricolor environment will change selection and abandon the Blues.

Adli to Algeria

According to information from "La Gazzetta dello Sport", the AC Milan Yacine Adli was said to have chosen to represent the Algerian selection to the detriment of the Blues. At 22, he has already experienced the youth selections of the French team, but never the first team. Joining Algeria would allow him to have more playing time.

???? Yacine Adli would have chosen to represent the Algerian selection to the detriment of the Blues! ????????

He would thus find his Milanese teammate Ismaël Bennacer. ????

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