At this end of the season synonymous with the League of Nations for the European selections, the presence of Boubacar Kamara within the France group convened by Didier Deschamps is causing a lot of ink to flow, wanting to be surprising for some and logical for others, at the look at his performance with OM, his now ex-club. Some rumors have suggested that the coach of the Blues had been able to call on the 22-year-old midfielder to block Senegal, which the native of Marseille also has the possibility of representing at international level. What Guy Stéphan categorically denied during an interview with the collective Women sports journalists.
“It’s not to lock it down. He answered this question. He was not approached by Senegal. It’s a country he likes because it’s his father’s. Him, he plays since his youngest age in France. He played for Olympique de Marseille from the age of six until he was twenty-two, but he said he had no hesitation in leaving for Aston Villa. Didier says it every time: it’s not to lock him down, it’s because he has quality., supported the deputy of DD, in mourning and absent in recent days. Kamara, not selected to face Denmark this Friday (8:45 p.m.) for the first Nations League match for the France team, will have to wait to take his first steps with the jersey struck with the rooster and the two stars.