Internationals

Ligue 1 Uber Eats' internationals by club

Publish on 11/10/2021 at 11:00

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For this second international break of the season, check out the list of Ligue 1 Uber Eats players who will be on national-team duty.

Check out the 116 Ligue 1 Uber Eats players who have been selected by the national teams for October's international matches, not including the forfeited players Terem Moffi (FC Lorient, Nigeria) or Seko Fofana (RC Lens, Côte d'Ivoire), Aleksandr Golovin (Russia), Gaël Kakuta (RC Lens, DR Congo) and Cheick Doucouré (RC Lens, Mali).

Paris Saint-Germain: 17 players and ten national teams
Presnel Kimpembe (France)
Kylian Mbappé (France)
Nuno Mendes (Portugal)
Danilo Pereira (Portugal)
Achraf Hakimi (Morocco)
Neymar Jr (Brazil)
Marquinhos (Brazil)
Leandro Paredes (Argentina)
Angel Di Maria (Argentina)
Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Abdou Diallo (Senegal)
Idrissa Gueye (Senegal)
Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy)
Marco Verratti (Italy)
Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)
Thilo Kehrer (Germany)
Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)

Olympique Lyonnais: Ten players and ten national teams
Sinaly Diomande (Côte d'Ivoire)
Karl Toko Ekambi (Cameroon)
Léo Dubois (France)
Emerson (Italy)
Jason Denayer (Belgium)
Islam Slimani (Algeria)
Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland)
Anthony Lopes (Portugal)
Lucas Paqueta (Brazil)
Malcolm Barcola (Togo)

Stade de Reims: Eight players and seven national teams
Ghislain Konan (Côte d'Ivoire)
Marshall Munetsi (Zimbabwe)
Predrag Rajkovic (Serbia)
Moussa Doumbia (Mali)
El Bilal Touré (Mali)
Moreto Cassama (Guinea-Bissau)
Ilan Kebbal (Algeria)
Thomas Foket (Belgium)

LOSC Lille: Eight players and six national teams
Jonathan David (Canada)
Timothy Weah (USA)
Reinildo (Mozambique)
Zeki Celik (Turkey)
Yusuf Yazici (Turkey)
Burak Yilmaz (Turkey)
Ivo Grbic (Croatia)
José Fonte (Portugal)

Girondins de Bordeaux: Seven players and seven national teams
Samuel Kalu (Nigeria)
Benoît Costil (France)
Hwang Ui-Jo (South Korea)
Edson Mexer (Mozambique)
Abdel Jalil Medioub (Algeria)
Stian Gregersen (Norway)
Gideon Mensah (Ghana)

AS Monaco: Six players and five national teams
Wissam Ben Yedder (France)
Aurélien Tchouameni (France)
Krépin Diatta (Senegal)
Strahinja Pavlovic (Serbia)
Guillermo Maripan (Chile)
Pelé (Guinea Bissau)

FC Metz: Six players and six national teams
Habib Maïga (Côte d'Ivoire)
Warren Tchimbembe (Congo)
Dylan Bronn (Tunisia)
Kiki Kouyaté (Mali)
Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal)
Alexandre Oukidja (Algeria)

RC Lens: Six players and six national teams
Przemyslaw Frankowski (Poland)
Wuilker Farinez (Venezuela)
Massadio Haïdara (Mali)
Kevin Danso (Austria)
Ignatius Ganago (Cameroon)
Facundo Medina (Argentina)

AS Saint-Etienne: Six players and five national teams
Harold Moukoudi (Cameroon)
Yvan Neyou (Cameroon)
Saïdou Sow (Guinea)
Wahbi Khazri (Tunisia)
Miguel Trauco (Peru)
Denis Bouanga (Gabon)

Clermont Foot 63: Six players and six national teams
Jean-Claude Billong (Cameroon)
Cédric Hountondji (Benin)
Jodel Dossou (Benin)
Saîf-Eddine Khaoui (Tunisia)
Mohamed Bayo (Guinea)
Elbasan Rashani (Kosovo)

FC Nantes: Five players and four national teams
Jean-Charles Castelletto (Cameroon)
Moses Simon (Nigeria)
Charles Traoré (Mali)
Kalifa Coulibaly (Mali)
Samuel Moutoussamy (DR Congo)

OGC Nice: Five players and four national teams
Hassane Kamara (Côte d'Ivoire)
Youcef Atal (Algeria)
Hicham Boudaoui (Algeria)
Kasper Dolberg (Denmark)
Mario Lemina (Gabon)

RC Strasbourg Alsace: Five players and five national teams
Alexander Djiku (Ghana)
Habib Diallo (Senegal)
Matz Sels (Belgium)
Sanjin Prcic (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
Eiji Kawashima (Japan)

Stade Rennais FC: Five players and five national teams
Kamaldeen Sulemana (Ghana)
Nayef Aguerd (Morocco)
Hamari Traoré (Mali)
Alfred Gomis (Senegal)
Birger Meling (Norway)

Olympique de Marseille: Five players and five national teams
Bamba Dieng (Senegal)
Mattéo Guendouzi (France)
Duje Caleta-Car (Croatia)
Cengiz Under (Turkey)
Gerson (Brazil)

ESTAC Troyes: Four players and four national teams
Issa Kaboré (Burkina Faso)
Rominigue Kouamé (Mali)
Gerson Rodrigues (Luxembourg)
Mama Baldé (Guinea-Bissau)

Montpellier HSC: Three players and three national teams
Mihailo Ristic (Serbia)
Jonas Omlin (Switzerland)
Béni Makouana (Congo)

Angers SCO: Two players and two national teams
Stéphane Bahoken (Cameroon)
Sofiane Boufal (Morocco)

Stade Brestois 29: Two players and two national teams
Steve Mounié (Benin)
Haris Belkebla (Algeria)