Didier Deschamps, French national football team coach. Do not close the opportunity to return to work at the club level after the contract with the chicken badge expires next year.
Deschamps has been in charge of the France national team since 2012. He leading them to the 2018 World Cup and Euro 2016 finals, while his current contract expires in 2022, marking the 10th anniversary of his position.
The 53-year-old coach, who spent 11 years in charge of Monaco, Juventus and Marseille, said of his future. “I’m going to live my life after being the manager of the France national team. And I really don’t know what it is. But I know it will be good for sure.”
“There is always the possibility of returning to work at club level. As for today with being away from the team I didn’t see myself having that kind of need.”
Deschamps are set to lead their squad for two European 2022 World Cup qualifiers this month. where they host Kazakhstan on November 13, followed by a trip to Finland in the next three. next day.
“Each day, I am coming a little closer to the end of my life as national team manager, it is like that. That does not stop me from really living it. I will certainly, after my life as national team manager, have another life. I do not know which one, but it will be a very good one as well. If it is as a manager of a club, I will not change. I am not trying to do the rounds in terms of trophies but when I am in charge of a team, as a national team boss or club manager, obviously it is to win titles.”