Louis Saha will be part of the team to cover the Euro 2016 tournament in France, according to reports.

The Frenchman is part of a team set by ITV as part of its Euro 2016 coverage plans of the continental tournament.

Louis Saha played for Fulham FC in 2001 after moving from France. He joined the Red Devils where he played from 2003 to 2008 before moving to Everton. He also played for Spurs and Sunderland before retiring in Italy after playing for Lazio.

He will join Slaven Bilic, Lothar Matthaus, Glenn Hoddle, Ian Wright, Lee Dixon, Peter Crouch, Emmanuel Petit, Christian Karembeu, Louis Saha, Norman Whiteside, Eniola Aluka and Richard Dunne in covering the tournament. Tony Pulis who is the manager of West Bromwich Albion will join main presenter Mark Pougatch for the station’s live coverage of matches as Wales play their first major tournament since 1958. ITV hope to show the game when Chris Coleman’s team take on Russia on Monday June 20 and hope Pulis would join in covering the game.

Saha is also supposed to be playing in a World XI team that will take on the Black Stars of Ghana in the Vodafone Unity Match (VUM) 2016 ahead of the country’s election in November. Saha is to join stars that include Dwight Yorke and Louis Saha, ex-England internationals Sol Campbell, Emile Heskey and Jermain Defoe and Dutch greats Patrick Kluivert, George Boateng, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Edgar Davids.

The star studded team is billed to play in Ghana on June 8 and 11 respectively in two separate events to promote peace when the nation goes to the polls. Ghanaian legend Abedi Pele will coach the World XI team captained by former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah as they draw awareness.