Euro 2020 which was postponed last season, after Corona Virus (Covid-19)pandemic hit the globe at large, is set kickoff this June and several teams who qualified for the tournament are set to lock horns with each other soon.
Fans across the globe will be watching the Euros and will be expecting to be entertained. However the Euro 2020 will be missing some of the biggest names, for various reasons ranging from, injuries to those whose teams did not qualify for the Euros.
Let's look at some of the big name players set to miss this year's Euros, according to SunSport;
Zlatan Ibrahimovich- Sweden (injury) , Erling Haaland- Norway (did not qualify) ,Marc-Andre Tee Stergen-Germany (injury) , Jan Oblak- Slovenia (did not qualify) , Miralem Pjanic- Bosnia (did not qualify).
According to Goal.com, these and many more will miss this year's Euros, while the likes of Eden Hazard who was thought could have missed is now in his team's Euro squad. So what do you think about this year's Euros and this big name players who will miss the Euros.
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