The XI France Could've Taken To The Under-21's European Championships Is Frightening
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If only France had qualified for the under-21 European Championships.
To be fair, there already is some unreal talent on display in Poland. From Spain's Marco Asensio and Germany's Serge Gnabry to Italy's Gianluigi Donnarumma and England's Tammy Abraham.
But the tournament could have been filled with even more incredible players had France made it into the Euro's. We're talking teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe and Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Ousmane Dembele, to name but a few.
Mbappe and Dembele wheel away in celebration. Image: PA
Thanks to the guys over at Actu Foot, they've put together a potential France XI that could've taken to the field at this summers under-21 competition.
And, needless to say, it's frightening.
Magnifique. Image: Actu Foot.
The talent France possess is ridiculously good.
Between the sticks is Toulouse's 18-year-old keeper Alban Lafont with Benjamin Mendy, Kurt Zouma, Presnel Kimpembe and Villa's Jordan Amavi completing the back four.
Mendy battling with Sterling on the flank in the Champions League. Image: PA
Just like Mbappe, Mendy has also rose to prominence following his heroics for AS Monaco and is being heavily linked with a move to Manchester City.
Recent Bayern Munich signee Corentin Tolisso (pictured below) and Paris-Saint Germain's Adrien Rabiot occupy the engine room of the pitch flanked by another AS Monaco budding star Thomas Lemar and Dembele.
Bayern beat Chelsea to the signing of the talented midfielder. Image: PA
Dembele, 20, garnered plenty of attention following his starring role for the senior team against England. The attacking midfielder combined brilliantly with Paul Pogba and Mbappe to secure the international friendly win. He continues to be linked with a transfer to Barcelona but his side have slapped a massive £80 million price tag on his head.
Spearheading the attack is none other than Mbappe and Manchester United's Anthony Martial.
WHAT A XI!
How would they had fared against the likes of Spain, Italy and Germany?
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