Bordeaux midfielder Yacine Adli (20) could represent Algeria, according to Algerian media reports.
Selected in all the French youth teams (from U16 to U20), will Yacine Adli (20) continue in the A? It’s not sure. According to information from the Algerian media Competition, the Bordeaux midfielder could choose Algeria, the country of origin of his parents. Coach Djamel Belmadi would like to renew part of his workforce, which has changed little since the coronation at the African Cup of Nations in 2019.
Algeria is launched on an impressive series of 22 consecutive games without defeat, two lengths of the unbeaten record of an African nation held by Egypt. The Fennecs have already qualified for the next African Cup of Nations in Cameroon in 2022.
Called in March?
Belmadi has already announced that he will take advantage of the next rally in March to carry out tests. Adli’s time could strike at that time as Algeria moves to Zambia on the 25th, before receiving Bostwana on the 29th.
Transferred from PSG to Bordeaux in January 2019, Adli won in the midfield of the Girondins during a very complicated season for a team in the grip of conflicting relations in the workforce. The young player, who will make his return this Wednesday against PSG (9 p.m.) after serving his suspension against Metz, recently ranted against the lack of ambition of the Girondins after the draw against Marseille (0-0 ), yet finished at 11 against 10.
“Today, you see the workforce, everyone knows him, Adli said. We have a lot of players at the end of the contract (Ben Arfa, De Préville, Poundjé, Sabaly, Jovanovic, editor’s note). There are many internal, external conflicts. All that stuff creates bad vibes, negative waves, so you can’t play the top of the table like that. You have to face the facts. sticks together… But we do not feel this osmosis, in truth. Yesterday (Saturday), the supporters came to see us, it did us good. We felt something. But it is too little, it ‘ is too complicated. “