AS Monaco defender Djibril Sidibé took stock of his international career. The 29-year-old right-back announces the color on his intentions.
In an interview with Canal Plus, the 29-year-old footballer first returned to his crossing of the desert with the Blues, the last selection of the former Troyen dating back to June 26, 2018 against Denmark (0-0), in the group stage of the Coupe du world. “If I am no longer called, it is because I have not lived up to what I have been in the past. There were physical problems. Most of my friends have taken this step or gone to a top club. I respect Monaco, I am very comfortable there. I had the opportunity to go to Atletico Madrid, but discussions did not take place. “
Djibril Sidibé does not hide his goal of appearing in the group for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. “The hardest part is seeing the left-back play at your post (Ferland Mendy). This is not a criticism of the coach. He has his reasons and I respect. I would always go his way. As a competitor, it doesn’t get deep inside me. This was the alarm bell (…) My dream is drawn, I want to be part of this group, to contest as many matches as possible. I don’t just want to be a really good player, I want to be a reference in this position. “