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Man City, Inter Top Clubs With Most Players At Euro 2024


Manchester City and Inter Milan top the charts in terms of call-ups as more than 220 clubs are represented at Euro 2024.

Thirteen players from both clubs made their nation’s final squads for the tournament, which kicked off last night in Germany.

Premier League champions Manchester City’s players come from seven different nations.

Serie A winners Inter Milan’s representatives include former Stoke City striker Marko Arnautovic who will be leading the line for Austria.

Holders Italy have included four players from their domestic champions in their squad, including Nicolo Barella and Alessandro Bastoni who won Euro 2020 under former manager Roberto Mancini.

They are closely followed in the list by European club champions Real Madrid.

A dozen members of Carlo Ancelotti’s squad will feature at Euro 2024, including England star Jude Bellingham, who won La Liga’s Player of the Season.

Los Blancos midfielder Toni Kroos has come out of international retirement and will join club teammate Antonio Rudiger for host nation Germany.

PSG are also sending 12 players to the tournament, with five set to represent France, including Real Madrid-bound Kylian Mbappe.

Barcelona, Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig all have 11 players featuring in Euro 2024 squads.

Spain, unsurprisingly, have the bulk of the Barcelona contingent, with Ferran Torres and youngsters Fermin Lopez, Pau Cubrasi and Lamine Yamal all included.

Bayern Munich have six of their 11 players in the Germany squad alone.

Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig have David Raum and Benjamin Henrichs representing the host nation, though their 11 players are spread across eight different nations.

There are plenty of clubs from across the globe with players at Euro 2024, with 221 clubs sending at least one player.

That includes Albanian striker Jasir Asani, who plies his trade in South Korea with Gwangju FC.

There are 27 English clubs represented in squads at the championship, including League One club Barnsley who are sending Callum Styles.

The 24-year-old from Bury, Greater Manchester, will be flying the flag for Hungary.

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