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Which Premier League clubs will have the most players at Euro 2024?

With end of the 2023/24 season now just a couple of months away, many fans are starting to look ahead to the upcoming European Championship in Germany.

Followers of the Premier League undoubtedly have plenty to look forward to, with English top flight clubs set to be heavily represented at the tournament.

Given the number of players heading to Germany, the winners of Euro 2024 are nailed on to have at least one Premier League player in their squad.

With that in mind, read on as we look at which Premier League clubs will have the most players at Euro 2024 this summer.

Manchester City

  • England: Kyle Walker, John Stones, Jack Grealish, Phil Foden.
  • Portugal: Bernardo Silva, Ruben Dias, Matheus Nunes.
  • Belgium: Kevin De Bruyne, Jeremy Doku.
  • Croatia: Mateo Kovacic, Josko Gvardiol.
  • Netherlands: Nathan Ake.
  • Spain: Rodri.
  • Switzerland: Manuel Akanji.

Fans who are thinking about betting on Euro 2024 in the outright market will likely place their wagers on teams which feature at least one Manchester City player.

The reigning Premier League champions will have 14 players spread across seven teams in Germany, and 11 of them feature for nations fancied to lift the trophy.

England’s quartet of representatives will expect to go a long way this summer, but their hopes of success could be hindered by manager Gareth Southgate’s cautious nature.

Midfielder Rodri is a more likely winner of the tournament, with Spain likely to mount a strong bid to win the Euro title for a record fourth time.


  • England: Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka, Aaron Ramsdale.
  • Belgium: Leandro Trossard.
  • France: William Saliba.
  • Germany: Kai Havertz.
  • Italy: Jorginho.
  • Poland: Jakub Kwior.
  • Scotland: Kieran Tierney
  • Spain: David Raya.
  • Ukraine: Oleksandr Zinchenko.

Arsenal also have plenty of potential Euro 2024 winners in their ranks, with eleven players set to travel to Germany for the tournament this summer.

Much like their Man City counterparts, the Gunners’ trio of England representatives may return home empty-handed unless Southgate takes some risks.

By contrast, William Saliba could be part of something special this summer, with France fancied by many respected pundits to lift the trophy.

Kai Havertz is another possible winner of the tournament with Germany, while Leandro Trossard could go a long way with Belgium.

Manchester United

  • England: Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire, Kobbie Mainoo, Luke Shaw.
  • Portugal: Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot.
  • Denmark: Rasmus Hojlund.
  • Scotland: Scott McTominay.
  • Turkey: Altay Bayindir.

England’s chances of success at Euro 2024 this summer may well hinge on Southgate’s willingness to let the brakes off in midfield.

The England manager is married to a defensive double-pivot system in midfield – a set-up which does not effectively utilise the creative talents at his disposal.

A midfield trio of Rice, Jude Bellingham and Manchester United youngster Kobbie Mainoo could be the catalyst for England to end their long wait to win a second major international title.

However, Southgate has never previously shown he has the courage to take an adventurous approach and Mainoo’s first senior international tournament will likely end in disappointment.


  • England: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez.
  • Netherlands: Virgil van Dijk, Cody Gakpo.
  • France: Ibrahima Konate.
  • Hungary: Dominik Szoboszlai.
  • Portugal: Diogo Jota.
  • Scotland: Andrew Robertson.

Given their well-documented ‘Scouse not English’ stance, many Liverpool fans will probably be happy if England flop at Euro 2024 this summer.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez should be in the Three Lions’ squad, but neither player is likely to feature regularly in the starting XI.

Ibrahima Konate is unquestionably a potential winner of the tournament with France, while Diogo Jota could reach the latter stages with Portugal.

Virgil van Dijk and Cody Gakpo will hope for a productive summer with the Netherlands, although it would be a surprise if they won the tournament with Ronald Koeman managing the team.

Tottenham Hotspur

  • Italy: Guglielmo Vicario, Destiny Udogie.
  • Denmark: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
  • England: James Maddison.
  • Germany: Timo Werner.
  • Netherlands: Micky van de Ven.
  • Romania: Radu Dragusin.
  • Spain: Pedro Porro.

Eight Tottenham Hotspur players are expected to feature at Euro 2024 and their contingent includes several potential winners of the tournament.

Loan forward Timo Werner will be part of the Germany squad attempting to lift the trophy on home soil. He is hoping his efforts this season help him secure a move to Tottenham.

Porro was selected by Spain for their March internationals and should be in the squad, although he will likely be a back-up to Real Madrid’s Dani Carvajal.

James Maddison is another player who will be eager to make his mark in Germany, but he will probably spend most of the tournament warming the bench.

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