The 102 Premier League players on international duty at EURO 2024 including Aston Villa, Wolves, Spurs and Everton

Ezri Konsa and Ollie Watkins will represent the West Midlands for England at EURO 2024. Wolves have a strong Portuguese contingent. (Image: Getty Images)Ezri Konsa and Ollie Watkins will represent the West Midlands for England at EURO 2024. Wolves have a strong Portuguese contingent. (Image: Getty Images)
Ezri Konsa and Ollie Watkins will represent the West Midlands for England at EURO 2024. Wolves have a strong Portuguese contingent. (Image: Getty Images) | Getty Images
More than 100 players from the Premier League are heading to Germany to play at EURO 2024 this summer.

EURO 2024 will be represented by 19 out of the 20 clubs playing in the 2024/25 edition of the Premier League.

Newly promoted Ipswich Town are the only club that won’t have any current players in this season’s tournament. It is understandable given the Tractor Boys just two seasons ago were playing in League One.

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Ipswich could have had some players there if Wales qualified but they lost to Poland on penalties in the play-offs in March. Tractor boys duo Nathan Broadhead and Wes Burns instead had to play in a defeat to Slovakia and a draw to Gibraltar as the pressure mounts on Rob Page. 

When it comes to the highest number of players in the tournament, Manchester City is at the top with 13. The Premier League and Carabao Cup winners are joint with Serie A winners Inter Milan, and then PSG, Barcelona and Real Madrid have 12.

Out of the two West Midlands clubs Aston Villa and Wolves, there are seven players heading to Germany this summer. Ezri Konsa and Ollie Watkins are representing the Three Lions but there are no Wolves players in the England squad. They do have three players from Portugal though; Nelson Semedo, Jose Sa and Pedro Neto.

Southampton - 1

Jan Bednarek (Poland)

Nottingham Forest - 2

Matz Sels (Belgium), Orel Mangala (Belgium)

Everton - 3

Jordan Pickford (England), Amadou Onana (Belgium) and Vitaliy Mykolenko (Ukraine)

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Fulham - 3

Timothy Castagne (Belgium), Joao Palhinha (Portugal), Sasa Lukic (Serbia).

Wolves - 3

Pedro Neto, Jose Sa, Nelson Semedo (all Portugal).

AFC Bournemouth - 3

Illia Zabarnyi (Ukraine), Milos Kerkez (Hungary) and Ryan Christie (Scotland)

Newcastle United - 4

Anthony Gordon (England), Kieran Trippier (England), Martin Dubravka (Slovakia) and Fabian Schar (Switzerland)

Leicester City - 4

Wout Faes (Belgium), Mads Hermansen, Victor Kristiansen, Jannik Vestergaard (all Denmark)

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West Ham - 4

Vladimir Coufal, Tomas Soucek (both Czech Republic), Jarrod Bowen (England), Alphonse Areola (France).

 John McGinn is a key player for Scotland. He is preparing for his second successive Euros. (Image: Getty Images) John McGinn is a key player for Scotland. He is preparing for his second successive Euros. (Image: Getty Images)
John McGinn is a key player for Scotland. He is preparing for his second successive Euros. (Image: Getty Images) | Getty Images

Aston Villa - 4

Ezri Konsa (England), Ollie Watkins (England), John McGinn (Scotland) and Youri Tielemans (Belgium)

Spurs - 4

Guglielmo Vicario (Italy), Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark), Micky van de Ven (Netherlands) and Radu Dragusin (Romania)

Crystal Palace - 5

Joachim Andersen (Denmark), Eberechi Eze, Marc Guehi, Dean Henderson, Adam Wharton (all England).

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Brighton & Hove Albion - 6

Lewis Dunk (England), Pascal Gross, Deniz Undav (both Germany), Bart Verbruggen (Netherlands), Jakub Moder (Poland), Billy Gilmour (Scotland)

Chelsea - 7

Armando Broja (Albania), Romelu Lukaku (Belgium), Conor Gallagher, Cole Palmer (both England) Djordje Petrovic (Serbia), Marc Cucurella (Spain), Mykhailo Mudryk (Ukraine).

Brentford - 7

Thomas Strakosha (Albania), Mikkel Damsgaard, Mathias Jensen, Mathias Jorgensen, Christian Norgaard (all Denmark), Ivan Toney (England), Mark Flekken (Netherlands).

Bruno Fernandes has 22 goals in 66 games for Portugal. (Image: Getty Images)Bruno Fernandes has 22 goals in 66 games for Portugal. (Image: Getty Images)
Bruno Fernandes has 22 goals in 66 games for Portugal. (Image: Getty Images) | Getty Images

Manchester United - 8

Scott McTominay (Scotland), Rasmus Hojlund (Denmark), Christian Eriksen (Denmark), Luke Shaw (England), Kobbie Mainoo (England), Altay Bayindir (Turkey), Diogo Dalot (Portugal) and Bruno Fernandes (Portugal)

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Liverpool - 10

Vitezslav Jaros (Czech Republic), Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold (both England), Ibrahima Konate (France), Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary), Cody Gakpo, Ryan Gravenberch, Virgil van Dijk (all Netherlands), Diogo Jota (Portugal), Andy Robertson (Scotland).

Arsenal - 11

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

Manchester City - 14

Kevin De Bruyne, Jeremy Doku (both Belgium), Josko Gvardiol, Mateo Kovacic (both Croatia) John Stones, Kyle Walker, Phil Foden (all England), Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo, Matheus Nunes (all Portugal), Nathan Ake (Netherlands), Rodri (Spain), Manuel Akanji (Switzerland).

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