There are only four teams left alive in this European Championship. Italy, Spain, England and Denmark They play this week the semi-finals of Euro 2020 for a place in the grand final on Sunday July 11 at Wembley, which will put an end to this exciting summer tournament.
The clubs will be happy to see their players in these final matches, and there are, in particular, two that are highly represented. Manchester City and Chelsea, the two finalists in this season’s Champions League, also show their hegemony in the national team tournament Europeans keeping up to seven footballers each spread over the four semi-finalists.
Chelsea, in fact, have at least one in every team, with Azpilicueta (Spain), Jorginho Y Emerson Palmieri (Italy), Mount, Reece James Y Chilwell (England), and Christensen (Denmark). From Pep Guardiola’s City, the same representation number but less distributed, with Laporte, Rodri Y Ferran Torres (Spain), and Stones, Kyle Walker, Phil Foden Y Sterling (England).
In third place on the podium is the FC Barcelona with five footballers, also in two teams. Spain has four: Pedri, Busquets, Jordi Alba Y Eric Garcia, while Denmark is led by Braithwaite.
Beyond that, top-level teams in the Champions League such as Juventus, Manchester United or Naples have four players. With three they stay Atlético de Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Roma, Atalanta and Sassuolo.
Already with two representatives are teams like the Tottenham, PSG, Lazio, Liverpool, Villarreal, Brighton, Valencia, Leeds, Wolves, RB Leipzig, Everton, Aston Villa, Torino, Brentford o Copenhague.
Finally, only with one representative are clubs like the Athletic Club or Real Sociedad from LaLiga, the Arsenal, Leicester City, Sheffield, West Bromwich Albion, West Ham o Southampton of the Premier, Fiorentina, Milan, Udinese, Sampdoria, Bolonia or Parma of Serie A, the Eintracht de Frankfurt y el Hoffenheim of the Bundesliga, the Nice and Lyon of Ligue 1, the Central Jutland Danish, the Malmö Swedish and the Fenerbahce Turkish.
Of all of them stand out two footballers without a team as of this July 1like the Italians Chiellini and Donnarumma. The first, a free agent after ending his contract with Juve and the second, in the process of closing his signing with PSG after leaving AC Milan.
The Copa América, more distributed and led by Atalanta, PSG and players without a contract
On the other side of the Atlantic, the four semifinalists of the Copa América (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Peru), present more representativeness of clubs, with a maximum of four that contribute the most, such as Atalanta Y PSG.
The Italian team still has concentrates in Brazil to Juan Musso Y Christian Romero with the Argentine team, now Tobacco Zapata Y Luis Muriel with the Colombian. The French, with its headlines Leandro Paredes Y Angel Di Maria in Argentina, and Marks Y Neymar, in Brazil.
In this tournament they also stand out four other players without a valid contract, among which is Leo messi, who is in talks with FC Barcelona to renew his contract with the Barça club. Peruvians Luis Abram Y Wilder Cartagena, and the Colombian Santos Borré they are the other free players at this point in the semifinals.
With three players are River Plate, Fiorentina, Atlético de Madrid, Juventus, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Melgar, Universitario, and Genk.
Barça, not counting Messi, is in the tournament with two representatives (‘Kun’ Agüero and Emerson Royal), and other clubs like Aston Villa, Porto, Ajax, Benfica, Flamengo, Sevilla, Udinese, Tottenham, Everton, Manchester City, Palmeiras, FC Emmen, Universidad César Vallejo, Club Sporting Cristal, Al-Hilal Riyadh, Club León, Atlético Nacional, Pachuca and Boca Juniors.
With a single representative Manchester United, Olympique Lyon, Real Betis, Bayer Leverkusen, Bologna, Chelsea, Lazio, Inter, Orlando City, Ney York City, Atlas Guadalajara, Saint-Étienne, San José Earthquakes, Celta, Cruz Azul, Al-Fateh, Club Cienciano, Beneveto, Napoles, Atlas, Monterrey, Zenit, Deportes Tolima, Portland Timbers and Rangers.