5 PSG players make France Euros squad

Didier Deschamps named his squad for the Euros on Thursday evening. There were some notable Omissions in the 25-man squad such as Christopher Nkunku and Michael Olise. Deschamps named five PSG players in the final roster.

Didier Deschamps named his final squad for the Euros which will take place this summer in Germany. Despite there being numerous notable omissions five PSG players were named in the final 25-man squad.

Here at PSG Post we evaluate what role they will play at the Euros.

1. Kylian Mbappe

French captain Mbappe will be one of the first names on the team sheet for Les Bleus at this summer's Euros. He is PSG's top goalscorer this season with 44 goals in 47 games in all competitions.

PSG will have a big hole to fill when he goes to Real Madrid in the summer. His departure could open the door to a potential starting role for Xavi Simons.

2. Ousmane Dembele

Dembele will play a huge role for the France team at the Euros. While he doesn't possess the same goalscoring capabilities as Mbappe he is still one of the best creators in Europe and is hard to deal with when he cuts onto his left foot before shooting.

3. Warren Zaire-Emery

Zaire Emery has been one of the stories of PSG's season. He is a generational talent that PSG and France need to nurture well. While it is unlikely that he will start with France's midfield boosting the likes of Camavinga, Tchouameni and N'golo Kante the young prodigy will get vital minutes off the bench.

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4. Bradley Barcola

Out of all the PSG players who made the French squad for the Euros Barcola is the most surprising inclusion. Barcola was chosen ahead of the likes of Micheal Olise, Moussa Diaby, and Christopher Nkunku. The 21-year-old winger will likely feature off the bench given the talent France has out wide and in the centre-forward position.

5. Randal Kolo Muani

Kolo Muani has a chance in this Euros the write the wrongs of the last World Cup where he missed the decisive shot in added time. Deschamps usually opts for Oliver Giroud as his starting number nine and within reason, as he played a crucial role in the 2018 World Cup. Randal Kolo Muani may be behind Marcus Thuram in the pecking order as Thuram has outperformed him this season.