Thierry Henry named Bayern Munich's new midfielder Michael Olise as well as former Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette in his final 18-man France squad for their home Olympics but Paris Saint-Germain's Warren Zaire-Emery was left out.

The men's Olympic tournament features under-23 squads with teams allowed to include a maximum of three overage players. Henry selected Lacazette, 33, Jean-Philippe Mateta, 27, and Loic Bade, 24, as his three overage squad members.

PSG's Zaire-Emery and Bradley Barcola had been included in the preliminary list but did not appear on the final roster. Media reports in France said PSG were reluctant for their players to play in the competition, which falls outside the FIFA window.

France, who won gold at the 1984 Los Angeles Games, will play its first Group A game against the U.S. on July 24, before facing Guinea and New Zealand.

France squad

Goalkeepers: Obed Nkambadio, Guillaume Restes

Defenders: Loic Bade, Bradley Locko, Castello Lukeba, Soungoutou Magassa, Kiliann Sildillia, Adrien Truffert

Midfielders: Maghnes Akliouche, Joris Chotard, Desire Doue, Manu Kone, Enzo Millot

Forwards: Rayan Cherki, Arnaud Kalimuendo, Alexandre Lacazette, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Michael Olise

Reserves: Theo De Percin, Andy Diouf, Chrislain Matsima, Lesley Ugochukwu