Moussa Dembele is in line for a call up to the French international side.
The Celtic striker scored twice in his last u-21 appearance, against England, and is now set to get his first full international cap.
Luxembourg and Spain will provide the opposition to France at the end of March with Dembele name checked as Deschamps looked forward to the new year.
“There are many young players on whom I consider that there is a great potential for bringing to the international set up,” the former Chelsea midfielder told Bein Sports.
“There are a lot of quality players coming through, French football is and there are others that I have not yet selected.
“We can think about the striker Moussa Dembele of Celtic, or why not Wylan Cyprien (Nice) and Corentin Tolisso (Lyon) who very good midfielders of Ligue 1.
Dembele made a stunning start to his Celtic career but has failed to maintain the same quality of performance over the last few six or seven weeks.
At the age of 20 there will be strong fluctuations in form but with three goals scored in the Champions League the former Fulham striker has made his mark at the highest level.
France has a strong emphasis on youth development that it likes to recognise early for the benefit of the international side
In their World Cup qualifying group France are at the top of Group A with 10 points from four matches, putting them ahead of Holland, Sweden and Bulgaria.
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