France national team, Didier Deschamps is set to work hard in getting more quality youngster into his setup for upcoming Euro 2016 after one of his star players, Franck Ribery, has decided to retire from Les Blues.
This decision was made not long after Samir Nasri also decided to end his international career, which surely put more work for Deschamps in searching for quality talents though he did manage a positive World Cup campaign without those two players.
Unlike Nasri, Ribery was never in doubt in getting a spot in France side under Deschamps, but it seems that the 31-year-old felt that it’s time for him to give chances for younger Les Blues talents as they already did well in Brazil.
Ribery himself also noted that his decided to set his total focus for family along with current club, Bayern Munich, as the player is still keen on winning more titles with his team.
Although being consider as one of the top players in recent years, Ribery’s international career hasn’t been filled with trophies as he hasn’t won anything with Les Blues until his retirement.