Time, February 2nd, today, the 29-year-old French central defender Varane posted on social media, deciding to retire from the French national team, ending his 10-year national team career.
Didier Deschamps, coach of the French national team, expressed his views.
Deschamps said: “A few days ago, Varane called me and he said he wanted to retire from the national team. He is a smart guy who knows how to take time to think and think before making a decision.
Weigh the pros and cons. I will not reveal the details of our exchange, but Varane believes he is done with his adventure with France.”
“I’ve been in a similar situation with Varane and I understand his point of view and respect his decision. Even with what he’s done in the World Cup, it might be a shame. From start to finish, he
Both did a really good job, as we know the leaders of the team.”
“Of course, given the bond we’ve had since August 2012, I can’t turn the page without any emotion. Like Lloris, as long as Varane doesn’t get injured, he’ll be at my side.
Selected national team squad. When Varane was 21 years old, I did not hesitate to hand over the captain’s armband to him and gave him full confidence. This is because he showed it with others in his own way.
Out of the leadership ability.”
“After Matuidi, Mandanda and Lloris, Varane becomes the fourth 2018 World Cup winner to retire from the national team. I want to say to him for his honesty and his loyalty to the blue jersey.
Tribute. Varane has played a central role on and off the pitch for the past 10 years. I thoroughly enjoyed my time as Varane’s coach and I imagine my entire coaching staff as well. I wish him the best in his future journeys
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