With the excitement of Euro 2016 now really kicking in with the competition just a day away we take a look at the players to look out for in France.
Some included are emerging talents onto the international scene, while others are experienced stars looking to take their country the whole way this summer. Let us know who you are most looking forward to seeing…
After scoring five goals in the 2014 World Cup and picking up the silver boot award, Muller is always in the right place at the right time to grab a goal.
For Bayern Munich this campaign, the German scored 32 goals and created 12 more and he will have defences running terrified in France this summer.
No matter where Muller ends up playing for Germany, there is no doubt he will be one of the stars of the Euros.
The German comes into the Euros in great form for Borussia Dortmund after impressing in a holding midfield role.
The 20-year-old made his international debut in May against Slovakia and he could surprise fans if Joachim Low decides to rotate his squad.
Although yet to make an impact on the international stage, the young Frenchman really announced himself this season after an excellent campaign with Bayern Munich.
The talented wide-man, who scored four times and made six assists in 23 Bundesliga appearances this season, has already played for Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus during his career and is still only 19.
What better way to announce yourself to Europe than playing for your country in your own backyard at the Euros.
A League One Player for MK Dons just over a year ago, now Alli has emerged as one of the players to watch in France.
Having already put in some great performances for England, most notably against World Champions Germany, it is clear he plays without fear on the international stage.
It is yet to be decided where Alli will play in Hodgson’s formation but wherever he fits in, he has the potential to thrive this summer.
The world’s most expensive footballer finally has the opportunity to compete at a major international tournament and he will definitely seize the opportunity.
He is given freedom to roam for Wales and scores from a number of different scenarios, including free-kicks and towering headers.
He came as a king but left a legend at PSG (in his own words) and now the ego has landed at Euro 2016.
However, the Swedish striker has backed up his talent and could become the first player to score at four European Championships should he find the back of the net in France.
After already switching allegiances from Borussia Monchengladbach to Arsenal, fans will definitely keep an eye out for this Switzerland international.
Xhaka has been capped by his country on more than 40 occasions and he could be a key player in France.
He will also take on his brother, Taulant, when Switzerland face Albania in their first match of the Euros.
Ronaldo who? The Portugese has recently joined Bayern Munich from Benfica, for an initial fee of £27.5m.
The 18-year-old made his international debut for Portugal back in March and he is the youngest player to feature for Portugal in a tournament squad, since Cristiano Ronaldo’s selection in 2004.
Aduriz proves that age isn’t a factor in football. At the age of 35, he has taken everyone by surprise this season.
The Athletic Bilbao striker scored 36 goals in all competitions and was picked ahead of Chelsea’s Diego Costa.
Poland are seen as the Euros dark horses this summer and why not when you have the Bayern Munich man leading the line.
He scored 42 goals in 51 matches for the German side this season and also netted 13 times in qualification for the Euros.
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