The supremo has branded Les Bleus' performance at tournament 'acceptable', and revealed that talks regarding the trainer's spell at the helm will be held very soon
The retired defender had a disagreement with the FFF over the extension of his contract prior to the European Championship, and following Les Bleus' exit from Euro 2012 at the hands of Spain, rumours have started circulating that he may leave his position.
"I saw Laurent last night. We will meet soon to discuss the future," Le Graet told French radio station RMC.
"As a man, Laurent has always been respectful and pleasant. We must talk about football, his desire and his career. We must see how he sees things and how I see them."
"This has been an acceptable European Championship. The Spanish were better, with a collective level higher than ours.
"Nevertheless, there was nothing to be ashamed of. Spain did not create many opportunities, but we did not perform very well in attack as well. The opponents were too strong for a France team that has progressed, but is not yet at their level."