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Tottenham providing plenty of talent for Euro 2024

By The Boy -

As the Premier League season draws towards its close, attention turns to the UEFA European Championships will take place and several Tottenham Hotspur players could have a chance of being in the mix to lift a piece of silverware, with their respective nations. Most footballers have a huge appreciation for being selected for International duty and, in particular, Spurs have several players devoted to their country.

Fans find International football a refreshing change from the activities of their domestic clubs, after all, what fan wouldn’t be interested in watching a starting eleven comprised of the best every European nation can offer? One of the many tasks for supporters is finding out how to buy Euro 2024 tickets and doing so with as little fuss as possible.

Cuti Romero is an obvious shoo-in for Argentina, as is, perhaps, Giovani Lo Celso. Romero has been consistently outstanding for Ange Postecoglou, whereas Lo Celso, despite playing infrequently for his club, tends to be trusted by his nation.

James Maddison has been a habitual fringe player on the international stage, and his move to Spurs was surely part of a strategy whereby he could become an England regular. The former Leicester City ace has had a mixed season in N17, but could surely be in with a shout to earn some EURO 2024 appearances. Madders is the only Spurs player to be called up to represent England, on this occasion.

Timo Werner is another one who has benefited through his association with Tottenham, the German hasn’t played for Germany for over a year, but thanks to being given regular football with us, his stock has undoubtedly risen and yet Julian Nagelsmann has declined the opportunity to add Timo to his EURO 2024 squad.

Brennan Johnson, Ben Davies, and Joe Rodon will all be representing Wales.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg will be playing for Denmark and is probably looking to use this tournament to boost his chances of securing either more game time at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium or help him catch the eye of potential new suitors. Since the arrival of Pape Mata Sarr and Yves Bissouma, the Dane has dropped some way down the pecking order at Spurs.

Dejan Kulusevski has been selected by Sweden and, up front, Son Heung-min and Richarlison have secured berths with their respective nations.

Being at games of this calibre will be memorable, and for Spurs fans, it’s a great opportunity to see our lads playing in a system they don’t have to learn!


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