Who are the 15 Man City players that could feature in the EUROS & Copa America?

We will be in for quite the treat as two international competitions are set to get underway....
Manchester City v West Ham United - Premier League
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The 2024 editions of European championships and Copa America are quickly approaching, with all the included nations preparing for a summer of tournament football with the hopes of winning the prestigious cups.

The club football season has officially come to its end and for Manchester City the season provided many highs and lows.

Despite being eliminated from the Champions League in the quarter-finals to eventual winners Real Madrid and also losing out on the FA Cup to rivals Manchester United 2-1, Man City were still very accurate enough to claim the UEFA Super Cup, Club World Cup, and most importantly, their fourth Premier League title in a row, which came as a result after a long hard fought battle against Arsenal and Liverpool.

Now Pep Guardiola's players will shift their focus and attention to their national teams, with big prizes available this upcoming summer.

Here is the full list of Manchester City players that could feature in these tournaments.

(Many squads have not been officially announced, and have only included players in their provisional squads until further confirmation)

ENGLAND - Provisional squad

Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, John Stones, Kyle Walker

PORTUGAL - Official Euro squad

Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo

NETHERLANDS - Provisional squad

Nathan Ake

BELGIUM - official Euro squad

Kevin De Bruyne, Jeremy Doku

SPAIN - Provisional squad


SWITZERLAND - Provisional squad

Manuel Akanji

CROATIA - Provisional squad

Mateo Kovacic, Josko Gvardiol

ARGENTINA - Provisional squad

Julian Alvarez

Sadly for Ederson, after attaining an eye socket injury back in May he will not be able to take part in Brazil's Copa America campaign


The European championships are set to get underway on the 14th of June and will showcase its big final on the 14th of July.

As for the Copa America, the group stage will start on the 20th of June and will also feature the final on the 14th of July.

The current winners of both tournaments are Italy, who famously beat England at Wembley after a dramatic penalty shootout, and for Copa, it's world Champions Argentina, who were 1-0 triumphs over rivals Brazil.

While Argentina and Alvarez (if he is selected for the official partaking squad) will be considered the favourites of this year's competition, the same probably wouldn't be said for Italy, as other countries such as England and France lead the way as favourites.

We are all set for an exciting summer of football, and many Manchester City players could return with winners' medals for the start of next season.

The confirmed squads will be announced shortly, and then supporters of Man City will know exactly which of their star players will feature on the big stage.