European Super League: Players who could be banned from Euro 2020

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin reiterated that clubs and players involved in the proposed breakaway Super League could be banned from the Euro and World Cup.

Defending world champion France could be without several top players for Euro 2020 if a ban is imposed on the European Super League teams.   -  Getty Images

Twelve of Europe's top football clubs have announced the formation of a breakaway Super League. The breakaway has been heavily criticised by football authorities, fan organisations and politicians across Europe.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin reiterated on Monday that clubs and players involved in the proposed breakaway Super League could be banned "as soon as possible" from all of its competitions and the World Cup.

Here's a list of players in Super League clubs who could be banned from the upcoming 2021 European Championships, popularly known as Euro 2020, which was postponed by a year due to the coronavirus.

- AC MILAN -

Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy); Alessio Romagnoli (Italy); Simon Kjaer (Denmark); Davide Calabria (Italy); Sandro Tonali (Italy); Hakan Calhanoglu (Turkey); Ante Rebic (Croatia); Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden); Alexis Saelemaekers (Belgium).

- ARSENAL -

Bernd Leno (Germany); Dejan Iliev (North Macedonia); Kieran Tierney (Scotland); Hector Bellerin (Spain); Cedric Soares (Portugal); Granit Xhaka (Switzerland); Dani Ceballos (Spain); Bukayo Saka (England); Alexandre Lacazette (France).

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- ATLETICO MADRID -

Ivo Grbic (Croatia); Kieran Trippier (England); Sime Vrsaljko (Croatia); Marcos Llorente (Spain); Koke (Spain); Yannick Carrasco (Belgium); Thomas Lemar (France); Joao Felix (Portugal).

- BARCELONA -

Marc-Andre Ter Stegen (Germany); Clement Lenglet (France); Jordi Alba (Spain); Sergi Roberto (Spain); Frenkie de Jong (Netherlands); Sergio Busquets (Spain); Pedri (Spain); Ansu Fati (Spain); Ousmane Dembele (France); Trincao (Portugal); Antoine Griezmann (France); Martin Braithwaite (Denmark).

- CHELSEA -

Kepa Arrizabalaga (Spain); Kurt Zouma (France); Andreas Christensen (Denmark); Antonio Rüdiger (Germany); Ben Chilwell (England); Reece James (England); Emerson (Italy); Jorginho (Italy); N’Golo Kante (France); Mateo Kovacic (Croatia); Kai Havertz (Germany); Mason Mount (England); Callum Hudson-Odoi (England); Timo Werner (Germany); Tammy Abraham (England); Olivier Giroud (France).

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- INTER MILAN -

Stefan de Vrij (Netherlands); Milan Skriniar (Slovakia); Alessandro Bastoni (Italy); Danilo D’Ambrosio (Italy); Marcelo Brozovic (Croatia); Nicolo Barella (Italy); Stefano Sensi (Italy); Christian Eriksen (Denmark); Ivan Perisic (Croatia); Romelu Lukaku (Belgium).

- JUVENTUS -

Wojciech Szczesny (Poland); Matthijs de Ligt (Netherlands); Merih Demiral (Turkey); Leonardo Bonucci (Italy); Giorgio Chiellini (Italy); Adrien Rabiot (France); Aaron Ramsey (Wales); Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal); Federico Chiesa (Italy); Federico Bernardeschi (Italy); Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden); Alvaro Morata (Spain).

- LIVERPOOL -

Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands); Ozan Kabak (Turkey); Andrew Robertson (Scotland); Trent Alexander-Arnold (England); Neco Williams (Wales); Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands); Thiago Alcantara (Spain); Jordan Henderson (England); Diogo Jota (Portugal); Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland); Divock Origi (Belgium).

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- MANCHESTER CITY -

Ruben Dias (Portugal); Aymeric Laporte (France); Nathan Ake (Netherlands); John Stones (England); Eric Garcia (Spain); Benjamin Mendy (France); Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine); Joao Cancelo (Portugal); Kyle Walker (England); Rodri (Spain); Phil Foden (England); Ilkay Gundogan (Germany); Kevin de Bruyne (Belgium); Bernardo Silva (Portugal); Raheem Sterling (England); Ferran Torres (Spain).

- MANCHESTER UNITED -

David de Gea (Spain); Dean Henderson (England); Harry Maguire (England); Victor Lindelof (Sweden); Luke Shaw (England); Paul Pogba (France); Donny van de Beek (Netherlands); Scott McTominay (Scotland); Bruno Fernandes (Portugal); Marcus Rashford (England); Daniel James (Wales); Mason Greenwood (England); Anthony Martial (France).

- REAL MADRID -

Thibaut Courtois (Belgium); Andriy Lunin (Ukraine); Raphael Varane (France); Sergio Ramos (Spain); Ferland Mendy (France); Dani Carvajal (Spain); Toni Kroos (Germany); Luka Modric (Croatia); Eden Hazard (Belgium); Marco Asensio (Spain).

- TOTTENHAM -

Hugo Lloris (France); Toby Alderweireld (Belgium); Sergio Reguilon (Spain); Eric Dier (England); Joe Rodon (Wales); Harry Winks (England); Ben Davis (Wales); Tanguy Ndombele (France); Moussa Sissoko (France); Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark); Dele Alli (England); Steven Bergwijn (Netherlands); Harry Kane (England); Gareth Bale (Wales).