LIMBERING UP: Leeds United's Polish international midfielder Mateusz Klich in a training session at the Arena Gdansk at Poland's base camp on the eve of the start of the Euros. Photo by JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP via Getty Images.
But how does United's international representation at this summer's European Championships compare to other clubs in English football's top flight?
The YEP's Lee Sobot takes a look at where the Whites rank in terms of the number of players representing their country at the delayed Euro 2020 from the least to the most.
The Euros begin on Friday night as Italy take on Turkey in Rome and Tyler Roberts is due to be the first Whites player in action for Wales the following day.
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Matej Vydra is the sole Burnley player at this summer's Euros as the forward represents the Czech Republic.
Newly-promoted Watford have two players stepping out at the Euros in Ken Sema, pictured, with Sweden, plus goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann with Austria.
Villa are triply represented at the Euros, by headline act Jack Grealish and Tyrone Mings with England but also John McGinn, pictured, with Scotland.
Crystal Palace have three players at the Euros in striker Christian Benteke, pictured, with the Belgium squad, Patrick van Aanholt with the Netherlands and also Wayne Hennessey with Wales.
The Toffees also have three players competing at the Euros in England duo Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Jordan Pickford plus Lucas Digne, pictured, with France.
The Gunners have just four players representing their countries at the Euros in Bukayo Saka (England), pictured, Kieran Tierney (Scotland), Bernd Leno (Germany) and Granit Xhaka (Switzerland) and the latter could be off to Roma.
The Magpies have four players at the Euros in Martin Dubravka (Slovakia), Ryan Fraser (Scotland), Emil Krafth (Sweden) and Fabian Schar (Switzerland). pictured.
The 2020-21 Championship champions have a quartet of players at the Euros in Teemu Pukki, pictured, with Finland plus Grant Hanley (Scotland), Tim Krul (Netherlands) and also Przemyslaw Placheta (Poland).
James Ward-Prowse missed the cut with England but the Saints also have four players at the Euros as Scotland duo Che Adams, pictured, and Stuart Armstrong, are joined by Jan Bednarek (Poland) and Jannik Vestergaard (Denmark).
The play-off winners have a nap hand of players at the Euros in former Whites defender Pontus Janssson, pictured, with Sweden, plus Christian Nørgaard and Mathias Jensen (Denmark), Marcus Forss (Finland) and Halil Dervişoğlu (Turkey).
The Seagulls also have five players at the Euros led by former Whites loanee Ben White, pictured, with England, plus Jakub Moder (Poland), Leandro Trossard (Belgium), Robert Sanchez (Spain) and Joel Veltman (Netherlands).
The Hammers also have a Euros quintet in Declan Rice, pictured, with England, plus Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal with the Czech Republic and also Lukasz Fabianski (Poland) and Andriy Yarmolenko (Ukraine).
The Foxes have six players at the Euros in Belgium trio Timothy Castagne, Dennis Praet and Youri Tielemans plus former Whites stopper Kasper Schmeichel, pictured, with Denmark, Danny Ward with Wales and Caglar Soyuncu with Turkey.
Kalvin Phillips, pictured, is with England and joined by Gjanni Alioski (North Macedonia), Liam Cooper (Scotland), Mateusz Klich (Poland), Robin Koch (Germany), Tyler Roberts (Wales) and Diego Llorente (Spain). Possibly Rodrigo with Spain too.
The Reds have seven players at the Euros in Jordan Henderson, pictured, with England plus Andy Robertson (Scotland), Thiago (Spain), Diogo Jota (Portugal), Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) and also Wales duo Neco Williams and Harry Wilson.
England captain Harry Kane, pictured, heads seven Spurs players along with Ben Davies and Joe Rodon for Wales plus Hugo Lloris (France), Toby Alderweireld (Belgium), Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (Denmark) and Moussa Sissoko (France).
Rui Patricio, Nelson Semedo, Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves are all in the Portugal squad and joined by Wolves team mates Adama Traore (Spain), Leander Dendoncker (Belgium) and Conor Coady, pictured, (England).
Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford (all England), Paul Pogba (France), Bruno Fernandes, pictured (Portugal), Scott McTominay (Scotland), David de Gea (Spain), Victor Lindelof (Sweden), Daniel James and Dylan Levitt (both Wales).
De Bruyne (Belgium), Ake (Netherlands), Zinchenko (Ukraine), Walker, Stones, Sterling, Foden, pictured, (all England), Torres, Garcia, Rodri, Laporte (all Spain), Gundogan (Germany), Dias (Portugal), B Silva, Joao Cancelo (both Portugal)