Wednesday, January 19

CAN 2022: PSG, Metz, OM… Which are the Ligue 1 clubs most affected?

CAN 2022 (January 9-February 6) will see around fifty Ligue 1 players participate. Here are the most affected clubs.

At each African Cup of Nations (except that of 2019 which took place in summer), the French championship is affected. And this year, 52 players have been selected from the 24 nations competing in the competition.

Metz are the most affected club with seven elements unavailable. Saint-Etienne will have to do without five players. Conversely, Monaco and Lille are the only two teams which will retain their full squad.

The full detail

Metz: 7 players (Oukidja, Boulaya, Bronn, Sarr, Kouyaté, Maïga, Alakouch)

Saint-Etienne: 5 players (Moukoudi, Neyou, Khazri, Bouanga, Sow)

Nantes: 5 players (Simon, Castelletto, Traoré, Coulibaly, Bocari)

Angers: 4 players (Boufal, Ebosse, Bahoken, Ounahi)

Rennes: 4 players (Aguerd, Gomis, Sulemana, Traoré)

Reims: 3 players (Konan, Touré, Cassama)

Clermont: 3 players (Bayo, Allevinah, Khaoui)

Lyon: 3 players (Slimani, Toko-Ekambi, Kadewere)

PSG: 3 players (Hakimi, Gueye, Diallo)

Troyes: 3 players (Mama Baldé, Touzghar, N’Guessan)

Nice: 2 players (Lemina, Attal)

Marseille: 2 players (Gueye, Dieng)

Strasbourg: 2 players (Djiku, Diallo)

Lens: 2 players (Ganago, Haïdara)

Montpellier: 1 player (Oyongo)

Bordeaux: 1 player (Mensah)

Brest: 1 player (Belkebla)

Lorient: 1 player (Ouattara)

Monaco: 0 player

Lille: 0 player

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