Didier Deschamps has named his France squad for their upcoming UEFA Nations League matches, and some high-profile players have been left out of his selection.
Click through the gallery above to see some big players who are missing from France's latest squad!
The 2018 FIFA World Cup winners will be in action against Denmark on 3 June, before playing away to Croatia, whom they beat in the final of the World Cup four years ago, three days later.
Deschamps' men will then go up against Austria, who recently announced the appointment of Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick as their new manager, while France's last game in June will be a second UNL meeting with Croatia.
Olivier Giroud, the country's second-highest goalscorer, has been overlooked for selection despite finding the net against Ivory Coast and Bafana Bafana in March, while Paul Pogba misses out due to injury.
Included for the first time is Marseille defensive midfielder Boubacar Kamara, who had previously been tipped to turn out for Senegal. The 22-year-old is one to watch, with several clubs across Europe hoping to snap him up for free in the coming transfer window.