Euro 2020 is finally here and it’s been hard to get through a weekend without any club action going on. Thankfully we have a major cup competition and not just some random, boring international friendlies.
As we hit the opening day of Euro 2020, we take a look at all the Premier League club players that will be present at the event and playing for their respective countries.
With the EPL reps, we will also have an honourable mentions list for those in teams in England’s lower tiers.
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To make it clear, if they played the 2020/2021 campaign for that specific English club, they will be named with that exact club.
This takes away loan deals expiring or players becoming free agents, as well as any transfers out of respective English leagues to other continents. We still haven’t started a new campaign.
Something we have changed, we have taken out the three relegated Premier League clubs and added the newly promoted EFL Championship sides to the EPL list.
Why? Cause they are the real winners and losers need to take a backseat – especially those who’ve gotten demoted from England’s top-flight.
Let’s take a look at who has the most players at the Euro 2020 tournament; who has the most English players and check out how well-presented Brentford is at the European championship.