Aurelien Tchouameni impressed again during the international break for France, with Liverpool’s rumored goal now being praised by manager Didier Deschamps.
Talking to the press via GFFNthe 2018 FIFA World Cup-winning coach praised the AS Monaco star after his crucial goal for Les Bleus in an international friendly against Ivory Coast.
The 22-year-old started in central midfield alongside Paul Pogba, with Tchouameni eventually being the hero for France in Marseille as the youngster scored a winner in the 93rd minute to secure victory for the home nation.
Indeed, Tchouameni has been in sensational form this season, with the midfielder’s performance for both club and country now attracting significant interest across the continent, particularly from Liverpool.
According to foot Mercatothe Reds are eyeing Tchouameni, with PSG and Real Madrid also keen on signing the Monaco star sports coverage that the French club are ready to sell their star midfielder for €60m (£50m).
And now not only top clubs across Europe are impressed by Tchouameni but now Deschamps himself as well as the French coach says: “Aurelien is at a high level. He has enormous potential with a lot of control. He’s shown that in previous matches where he started or where he came on.”
Liverpool must win the Tchouameni race as France grows in the future
Tchouameni’s performances for France continue to excite fans and given his age and ability, the youngster could well be the next star midfielder for Les Bleus in the generation that will succeed N’Golo Kante and Paul Pogba.
And Liverpool simply have to win the race for Tchouameni this summer. After all, midfield is a position the Reds could strengthen and develop for the future and the France midfielder shows with every international cap how perfect he is for the role at Anfield.
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