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Which Ligue 1 players are heading to the Africa Cup of Nations?

The Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on January 9, next Sunday, as Cameroon hosts the delayed 2021 edition in a tournament lasting until February. For the opening match, the hosts face off Burkina Faso in the first group stage game.

As always, every Ligue 1 team will be represented, with many of the favourites to go all the way boasting a host of talent plying their trade in France  – from the likes of Sofiane Boufal and Wahbi Khazri to Achraf Hakimi and Karl Toko Ekambi.

Angers

-> Sofiane Boufal (Morocco)

-> Azzedine Ounahi (Morocco)

-> Enzo Ebosse (Cameroon)

-> Stéphane Bahoken (Cameroon)

Bordeaux

-> Gideon Mensah (Ghana)

-> Jean Onana (Cameroon)

Brest

-> Haris Belkebla (Algeria)

Clermont

-> Saîf-Eddine Khaoui (Tunisia)

-> Mohamed Bayo (Guinea)

-> Jim Allevinah (Gabon)

-> Salis Abdul Samed (Ghana)

Lens

-> Massadio Haïdara (Mali) 

-> Ignatius Ganago (Cameroon)

-> Cheick Doucouré (Mali)

Lorient

-> Dango Ouattara (Burkina Faso)

Lyon 

-> Tino Kadewere (Zimbabwe)

-> Islam Slimani (Algeria)

-> Karl Toko Ekambi (Cameroon)

Marseille

-> Pape Gueye (Senegal)

-> Bamba Dieng (Senegal)

Metz

-> Dylan Bronn (Tunisia)

-> Kiki Kouyaté (Mali)

-> Alexandre Oukidja (Algeria)

-> Farid Boulaya (Algeria)

-> Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal)

-> Habib Maïga (Ivory Coast)

-> Sofiane Alakouch (Morocco)

Monaco

-> Pelé (Guinea Bissau)

-> Judilson Gomes (Guinea Bissau)

Montpellier

-> Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo (Cameroon)

Nantes

-> Charles Traoré (Mali)

-> Kalifa Coulibaly (Mali)

-> Moses Simon (Nigeria)

-> Jean-Charles Castelletto (Cameroon)

-> Santiago Eneme (Equatorial Guinea)

Nice

-> Youcef Atal (Algeria)

-> Mario Lemina (Gabon)

PSG

-> Abdou Diallo (Senegal)

-> Idrissa Gueye (Senegal)

-> Achraf Hakimi (Morocco)

Reims

-> Moreto Cassama (Guinea Bissau)

-> Moussa Doumbia (Mali)

-> El Bilal Touré (Mali)

-> Ghislain Konan (Ivory Coast)

Rennes

-> Hamari Traoré (Mali)

-> Alfred Gomis (Senegal)

-> Kamaldeen Sulemana (Ghana)

-> Nayef Aguerd (Morocco)

Saint-Étienne

-> Wahbi Khazri (Tunisia)

->  Saïdou Sow (Guinea)

-> Denis Bouanga (Gabon)

-> Harold Moukoudi (Cameroon)

-> Yvan Neyou (Cameroon)

Strasbourg

-> Habib Diallo (Senegal)

-> Alexander Djiku (Ghana)

Troyes

-> Yoann Touzghar (Tunisia)

-> Mama Baldé (Guinea Bissau)

-> Rominigue Kouamé N’Guessan (Mali)

 

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