Berlin, DE, October 2022: The flag of UEFA Euro 2024 flying. The 17th edition will take place from 14 June to 14 July 2024 in Germany. Selective focus. International sport event. 3D illustration

The Premier League reached its thrilling conclusion, with Manchester City adding a fourth-consecutive title to their cabinet under Pep Guardiola, with Arsenal and Liverpool running the Citizens close but failing at the final hurdles.

Attention now turns to a summer of international football with Euro 2024. The tournament will see some of the best countries from across the continent head to Germany to compete for the coveted trophy, with England and France amongst the favourites with Euro 2024 winner odds ahead of the group stage.

The Euros will be littered with stars from across the Premier League, with several out to impress for their country after enjoying good seasons in the English top flight. Here, we assess which Premier League players could be the most influential at Euro 2024.

Kai Havertz – Arsenal 

The pressure will be on Arsenal striker Kai Havertz to lead the line for Germany this summer, especially given Julian Nagelsmann’s cutthroat approach to squad selection.

The former Bayern Munich boss has entrusted the Gunners’ frontman instead of more experienced options, with Marco Reus, Julian Brandt, Timo Werner, and Serge Gnabry all watching from home.

Havertz found his feet after a tough start to life in north London, but his goals in big games, such as the 2021 Champions League final for Chelsea, have demonstrated he has what it takes to perform when the spotlight shines brightest.

Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City

Injuries prevented Kevin De Bruyne from hitting his best heights last season, and a poor performance in the FA Cup final, as City were beaten by Manchester United, showed he needs a big summer to recapture his form.

Belgium’s golden generation has one more chance to try and win a major tournament. While Euro 2024 betting offers still have them as an outside shot, they have a perennially world-class attacker in De Bruyne who, turning 33 during the tournament, could be entering his international swansong.

Scott McTominay – Manchester United

While Scott McTominay may have endured a challenging season for Manchester United, his form for the Scottish national team has been a sensation, and he heads to Germany as one of the key players for the Tartan Army.

Indeed, the midfielder finds himself in an elite crowd after his seven goals throughout Scotland’s qualifying campaign leave him just behind Harry Kane, Kylian Mbappé, Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku as top scorers.

Alongside Premier League stalwarts Andrew Roberston and Aston Villa’s John McGinn, McTominay provides the experience in a tough group that includes hosts Germany and in-form nations Hungary and Switzerland.

Virgil van Dijk – Liverpool

When Jordan Henderson left Liverpool last summer, Virgil van Dijk was entrusted with the captain’s armband at Anfield, and that added responsibility allowed the Dutch defender to enjoy one of his best individual seasons since signing for the Reds from Southampton in 2018.

Van Dijk will be hoping that good form can carry over to the Euros, as an inexperienced Netherlands side will need the 33-year-old’s leadership to get over the line – especially given that they failed to qualify for Euro 2020.

Euro 2024 is Ronald Koeman’s last tournament in charge of Holland, and Van Dijk will be hoping he can lead his side to the business end of the Euros, in a group where they face World Cup finalists France, as well as Poland and Austria.