Dele Alli and Harry Kane have been a revelation for Tottenham this season, and they carried their domestic partnership onto the international stage as England beat Turkey in a pre-Euro friendly.
The once-coveted midfielder completed a high profile move to Old Trafford last summer, but his debut season at Old Trafford has seen him fail to live up to the hype.
Belgium have announced their 24 man squad for Euro 2016, and it includes a dozen players from Premier League clubs such as Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Everton and Chelsea.
Portugal and Benfica have unearthed a new talent in the form of 18 year old Renato Sanches. Will Euro 2016 showcase a new Portuguese sensation?
Talented Italian midfielder Marco Verratti looks unlikely to make it to the tournament after a failure to resolve his injury problems.
Racism is known to be a huge problem in football, and legendary Argentina World Cup winner Diego Maradona has come out and expressed that many top players are not being able to get into the best teams in the world because they are not "white".
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino believes that embracing the English culture is key for foreign players and managers to succeed in the Premier League.
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has confirmed that he will not be a part of the French squad for Euro 2016 because of his alleged involvement in the Mathieu Valbuena sex-tape scandal.
The Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) and FC Barcelona are in a tug of war over forward Neymar Jr. The association has now issued a notice that they expect the player to be present at both the Copa America and the Rio Olympics.
The centre-back has been one of the most improved players for Manchester United this season and is expected to be in England's starting lineup for the 2016 Euros in France.