With EURO 2016 about to begin, let’s take a look at the Premier League players who will be on show this summer in France.
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With all 23 players from England’s national team in the Premier League, they obviously have the most but star names for France, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Italy and many others all ply their trade in the PL.
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Below you’ll find a list, categorized by club, of each PL player in action over the next month in France.
AFC Bournemouth – Artur Boruc (Poland) Arsenal – Petr Cech (Czech Republic), Jack Wilshere (England), Laurent Koscielny, Olivier Giroud (both France), Mesut Ozil (Germany), Wojciech Szczesny (Poland), Hector Bellerin (Spain), Granit Xhaka (Switzerland), Aaron Ramsey (Wales) Burnley – Tom Heaton (England), Stephen Ward (Republic of Ireland), Sam Vokes (Wales) Chelsea – Thibaut Courtois, Eden Hazard (both Belgium), Gary Cahill (England), Cesar Azpilicueta, Pedro, Cesc Fabregas (all Spain) Crystal Palace – Yohan Cabaye (France), Wayne Hennessey, Joe Ledley, Jonathan Williams (all Wales) Everton – Romelu Lukaku (Belgium), John Stones, Ross Barkley (both England) Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy, Aiden McGeady (all Republic of Ireland), Shani Tarashaj (Switzerland) Hull City – David Meyler (Republic of Ireland) Leicester City – Christian Fuchs (Austria), Jamie Vardy (England), N'Golo Kante (France), Andy King (Wales) Liverpool – Simon Mignolet, Christian Benteke, Divock Origi (all Belgium), Nathaniel Clyne, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, James Milner, Daniel Sturridge (all England), Emre Can (Germany), Martin Skrtel (Slovakia), Danny Ward, Joe Allen (both Wales) Manchester City – Jason Denayer, Kevin De Bruyne (both Belgium), Joe Hart, Raheem Sterling (both England), Bacary Sagna, Eliaquim Mangala (both France), David Silva (Spain) Manchester United – Marouane Fellaini (Belgium), Chris Smalling, Wayne Rooney, Marcus Rashford (all England), Anthony Martial, Morgan Schneiderlin (both France), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany), Matteo Darmian (Italy), Paddy McNair (Northern Ireland), David De Gea (Spain) Southampton – Fraser Forster, Ryan Bertrand (both England), Graziano Pelle (Italy), Steven Davis (Northern Ireland), Cedric Soares, Jose Fonte (both Portugal), Shane Long (Republic of Ireland) Stoke City – Marko Arnautovic (Austria), Shay Given, Glenn Whelan, Jonathan Walters (all Republic of Ireland), Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) Sunderland – John O'Shea (Republic of Ireland), Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) Swansea City – Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland), Łukasz Fabianski (Poland), Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor (both Wales) Tottenham Hotspur – Kevin Wimmer (Austria), Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele (all Belgium), Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Harry Kane (all England), Hugo Lloris (France), Ben Davies (Wales) Watford – Sebastian Prodl (Austria), Craig Cathcart (Northern Ireland), Costel Pantilimon (Romania), Valon Behrami (Switzerland) West Bromwich Albion – Jonny Evans, Gareth McAuley (both Northern Ireland), James McClean (Republic of Ireland), James Chester (Wales) West Ham United – Dimitri Payet (France), Angelo Ogbonna (Italy), Darren Randolph (Republic of Ireland), James Collins (Wales)