The European Championships are now reaching the end of the group stage, and while some teams will be heading home, scouts from the best clubs across Europe will remain as they try to uncover the next big thing that takes the tournament by storm.
Here are eight names that have previously attracted Premier League attention, and may be finding their values rocket over the coming weeks:
William Carvalho (Portugal)
The Daily Express report that Manchester United and Arsenal are leading the Premier League charge for the man who has already played 13 times for the full national side. The Express revealed that Arsenal are preparing a massive £28.5m bid for the holding midfielder, as they look to build upon Francis Coquelin’s tremendous first season. The Frenchman proved what someone who is comfortable in the role can add to their free-flowing game, so William Carvalho would be a very welcome addition to Arsene Wenger’s ranks next year.
John Guidetti (Sweden)
Having been released by Manchester City, there are few players as in need of a great tournament as John Guidetti. Despite a decent season on loan with Celtic, the Citizens decided to let the 23-year-old go. He scored Sweden’s opening goal in the tournament, with the equaliser in their win against Italy. The Liverpool Echo report that Everton are interested as Roberto Martinez looks to bolster his attacking options, as Romelu Lukaku was the only player to hit double figures in the Premier League last year.