This summer, Euro 2020 will include players from clubs all throughout Europe. And Manchester United are among the clubs with most players at Euro 2020.
The number of players a club sends to a major international competition is a source of pride. This is especially the case if the number of recruited players exceeds ten.
How to count how many players are called from each club in summer, right in the middle of transfer season?
Well, players are considered to be with the club with whom they concluded the 2020/21 club season.
Hence any player on loan is counted for that club rather than their parent club.
Further, many player may have already agreed a pre-emptive summer transfer away or are leaving as a free agent.
However, if they finished the last season with the club, they are listed with the club.
Such is the case with David Alaba, who is listed with Bayern, where he has a contract until 30 June. This is despite his recent move to Real Madrid.
As such, Manchester United are among the clubs with most players at Euro 2020, even though Mason Greenwood just withdrew.
Here’s an ascending list of those teams:
Atalanta – 8 players at Euro 2020: Rafael Toloi (Italy), Remo Freuler (Switzerland), Joakim Maehle (Denmark), Aleksei Miranchuk (Russia), Marten de Roon (Netherlands), Ruslan Malinovskyi (Ukraine), Mario Pasalic (Croatia), Robin Gosens (Germany)
Napoli – 8 players at Euro 2020: Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Italy), Lorenzo Insigne (Italy), Alex Meret (Italy), Dries Mertens (Belgium), Elif Elmas (North Macedonia), Piotr Zielinski (Poland), Stanislav Lobotka (Slovakia), Fabian Ruiz (Spain)
Barcelona – 8 players at Euro 2020: Martin Braithwaite (Denmark), Frenkie de Jong (Netherlands), Sergio Busquets (Spain), Jordi Alba (Spain), Pedri (Spain), Clement Lenglet (France), Antoine Griezmann (France), Ousmane Dembele (France)
Tottenham – 8 players at Euro 2020: Ben Davies (Wales), Joe Rodon (Wales), Gareth Bale (Wales), Toby Alderweireld (Belgium), Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark), Harry Kane (England), Hugo Lloris (France), Moussa Sissoko (France)
Dinamo Zagreb – 8 players at Euro 2020: Mario Gavranovic (Switzerland), Arijan Ademi (North Macedonia), Stefan Ristovski (North Macedonia), Dominik Livakovic (Croatia), Mislav Orsic (Croatia), Bruno Petkovic (Croatia), Josko Gvardiol (Croatia), Luka Ivanusec (Croatia)
RB Leipzig – 9 players at Euro 2020: Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark), Marcel Sabitzer (Austria), Konrad Laimer (Austria), Dani Olmo (Spain), Emil Forsberg (Sweden), Marcel Halstenberg (Germany), Lukas Klostermann (Germany), Peter Gulacsi (Hungary), Willi Orban (Hungary)
Liverpool – 9 players at Euro 2020: Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland), Ozan Kabak (Turkey), Neco Williams (Wales), Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands), Jordan Henderson (England), Trent Alexander-Arnold (England), Andrew Robertson (Scotland), Thiago Alcantara (Spain), Diogo Jota (Portugal)
Inter – 9 players at Euro 2020: Stefano Sensi (Italy), Nicolo Barella (Italy), Alessandro Bastoni (Italy), Romelu Lukaku (Belgium), Christian Eriksen (Denmark), Stefan de Vrij (Netherlands), Ivan Perisic (Croatia), Marcelo Brozovic (Croatia), Milan Skriniar (Slovakia)
Borussia Dortmund – 10 players at Euro 2020: Manuel Akanji (Switzerland), Axel Witsel (Belgium), Thomas Meunier (Belgium), Thorgan Hazard (Belgium), Thomas Delaney (Denmark), Jadon Sancho (England), Jude Bellingham (England), Mats Hummels (Germany), Emre Can (Germany), Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
Borussia Monchengladbach – 10 players at Euro 2020: Yann Sommer (Switzerland), Nico Elvedi (Switzerland), Denis Zakaria (Switzerland), Breel Embolo (Switzerland), Stefan Lainer (Austria), Valentino Lazaro (Austria), Marcus Thuram (France), Matthias Ginter (Germany), Jonas Hofmann (Germany), Florian Neuhaus (Germany)
Dynamo Kyiv – 11 players at Euro 2020: Heorhiy Bushchan (Ukraine), Serhiy Sydorchuk (Ukraine), Mykola Shaparenko (Ukraine), Illya Zabarnyi (Ukraine), Viktor Tyshankov (Ukraine), Vitaliy Mykolenko (Ukraine), Artem Besyedin (Ukraine), Oleksandr Karavayev (Ukraine), Oleksandr Tymchuk (Ukraine), Denys Popov (Ukraine), Tomasz Kedziora (Poland)
Manchester United – 11 players at Euro 2020: Daniel James (Wales), Donny van de Beek (Netherlands), Luke Shaw (England), Harry Maguire (England), Marcus Rashford (England), Dean Henderson (England), Scott McTominay (Scotland), David de Gea (Spain), Victor Lindelof (Sweden), Paul Pogba (France), Bruno Fernandes (Portugal)
Juventus – 12 players at Euro 2020: Giorgio Chiellini (Italy), Federico Chiesa (Italy), Leonardo Bonucci (Italy), Federico Bernardeschi (Italy), Merih Demiral (Turkey), Aaron Ramsey (Wales), Matthijs de Ligt (Netherlands), Wojciech Szczesny (Poland), Alvaro Morata (Spain), Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden), Adrien Rabiot (France), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
Bayern Munich – 14 players at Euro 2020: David Alaba (Austria), Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Benajmin Pavard (France), Corentin Tolisso (France), Kingsley Coman (France), Lucas Hernandez (France), Manuel Neuer (Germany), Joshua Kimmich (Germany), Serge Gnabry (Germany), Jamal Musiala (Germany), Niklas Sule (Germany), Leon Goretzka (Germany), Leroy Sane (Germany), Thomas Muller (Germany)
Chelsea – 15 players at Euro 2020: Jorginho (Italy), Emerson (Italy), Andreas Christensen (Denmark), Mateo Kovacic (Croatia), Mason Mount (England), Ben Chilwell (England), Reece James (England), Billy Gilmour (Scotland), Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain), Olivier Giroud (France), N’Golo Kante (France), Kurt Zouma (France), Antonio Rudiger (Germany), Kai Havertz (Germany), Timo Werner (Germany)
Manchester City – 15 players at Euro 2020: Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium), Nathan Ake (Netherlands), Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine), Kyle Walker (England), John Stones (England), Raheem Sterling (England), Phil Foden (England), Ferran Torres (Spain), Eric Garcia (Spain), Rodri (Spain), Aymeric Laporte (Spain), Ilkay Gundogan (Germany), Ruben Dias (Portugal), Bernardo Silva (Portugal), Joao Cancelo (Portugal)