The African cup of nations tournament is scheduled to start in January and end late February next year.It is set to clash with European fixtures that will see some of their key African players leave to represent their countries.Here is a look at European clubs that will be adversely affected by the departure of their African superstars.Top of the list is none other than English club Liverpool.They will see their in form strikers Egypt's Mohammed Salah,Senegal's Sadio Mane and Mali's Nabi Keita leave.Second is London club Arsenal whose leading goalscorer Gabon's Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Ghanaian midfielder Partey will also leave.Third is defending premier league champions Manchester City who will see their in form midfielder Algeria's Riyad Mahrez leave.Champions league winners Chelsea are also not lucky as their number one goalkeeper Senegal's Eduardo Mendy will leave.Italian giants Napoli will see their leading goalscorer this season Nigeria's Victor Osimhen and Senegalese defender Koulibaly leave.Last but not least will be Leicester City whose Nigerian striker Ihenacho and Zambian forward Patson Daka will also leave.
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