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Which Man Utd players will go to Euro 2024? Guess who has secured his place

There are only a few months left until the tournament starts and the coach has to choose.

By Angus Barnes

They want to be there.
They want to be there.
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Despite the poor performances this season, Manchester United have a squad full of top players who have shone in the elite of world soccer. That's why many of them are regular call-ups to their respective national teams, regardless of what they do each week in the Premier League. Some examples are Argentina's Lisandro Martinez, Brazil's Casemiro and Cameroon's Andre Onana, who have always been considered whenever they have been physically fit.

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In addition to them, there are many English players who are (or have been at least) in Gareth Southgate's squad over the last few years. That made sense when the Red Devils were competing for the top spots in the Premier League and in the decisive stages of the FA Cup, Carabao Cup or some European tournament, but that's not what has happened lately.

The performances of the team, and particularly of some players, have been disappointing over the last few months and that could jeopardize their participation in the Euro 2024 to be played this summer in Germany.

According to The Independent, the only Manchester United player who has already secured his place in the tournament is Harry Maguire. The defender is a key player for the manager and, despite the criticism he has received from the press and fans, his situation has not changed. The other one who has a good chance of being there is Marcus Rashford, the third highest goalscorer of the Southgate era, who is still considered important despite his problems this season.

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The others will have to work hard

Three other players in the squad have a chance of playing at Euro 2024, although they will have to work hard over the next few months to do so. One of them is Luke Shaw, whose performances have always been satisfactory but has had physical problems that put him in doubt. Something similar happens with Mason Mount, who has barely been able to play this season since his arrival at Old Trafford. Different is the case of Kobbie Mainoo, who at only 18 years old is doing more than enough to earn a place and it will depend on what he does in the coming months.

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