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Which Premier League Big Six Club Has More Players in UEFA Nations League?

The UEFA Nations League has finally started and here, we look at the players from premier league big six who are representing their countries in this competition. Let's see;


Tottenham Hotspur has 8 players who are taking part in Nations League. These are;

1. Hugo Lloris

2. Giovanni Lol Celso

3. Christian Romero

4. Dejan Klusevski

5. Steven Bergwijn

6. Pierre Emile Hojbjerg

7. Bryan Gil

8. Harry Kane.


Manchester United also has 8 players in different countries for Nations League. They are the following;

1. Diogo Dalot

2. Bruno Fernandes

3. Cristiano Ronaldo

4. Victor Lindelof

5. Anthony Elanga

6. Harry Maguire

7. Raphael Varane

8. Scott McTominay.


The Gunners have only 3 players who are the following;

1. Aaron Ramsdale

2. Ben White

3. Bukayo Saka.


Chelsea will be represented by the following 16 players;

1. Billy Gilmour

2. Armando Broja

3. Romelu Lukaku

4. Matteo Kovacic

5. Andreas Christensen

6. Reece James

7. Mason Mount

8. Conor Gallagher

9. Ngolo Kante

10. Kai Havertz

11. Timo Werner

12. Antonio Rudiger

13. Jorginho

14. Emerson

15. Marcos Alonso

16. Cesar Azpilicueta.


The champions league runners up have the following 7 players;

1. Andy Robertson

2. Virgil van Dijk

3. Trent Alexander-Arnold

4. Diogo Jota

5. Konstantinos Tsimikas

6. Caoimhin Kelleher

7. Conor Bradley.


Premier League winners Manchester City will be represented by the following 12 players;

1. Kyle Walker

2. John Stones

3. Phil Foden

4. Jack Grealish

5. Raheem Sterling

6. Joao Cancelo

7. Bernado Silva

8. Nathan Ake

9. Ilkay Gundogan

10. Rodri

11. Erling Haaland

12. Kevin de Bruyne.

From the above list, Chelsea is the one with more players in Nations League (16) while Arsenal have the least number of players (3).

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