Manchester United manager David Moyes was at the Stade de France last night to cast his eye over a number of reported summer targets.
The Scotsman saw France comfortably beat the Netherlands 2-0 in Paris - with Karim Benzema and Blaise Matuidi managing to get themselves on the scoresheet.
However Moyes would have been more interested in the performances of Eliaquim Mangala, Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann.
All three players started the match in an impressive team performance by Les Bleus.
Mangala managed to keep Manchester United striker Robin van Persie quiet, while Real Sociedad forward Griezmann was involved in France's opening goal.
Moyes is said to be keen on signing the aforementioned Mangala from Porto in the summer as he is in need of a world-class central defender who can replace the outgoing Nemanja Vidic.
The former Everton boss will also need to strengthen his midfield at the end of the season, as the likes of Anderson, Nani and Antonio Valencia could all be heading for the Old Trafford exit door.