Also, if you have any other player not mentioned, you may include in the comment section.
Let's surge further with the list of stars who will not grace our screens at the Euros
6. Ansu Fati
The youngest player to score in an El Classico will not be at the Euros with Spain, despite having a great start to the season since making his breakthrough into the Barcelona team.
The young forward seriously injured his knee in November 2020 and has had to undergo surgery three times, but unfortunately has not recuperated in time for the tournament.
7. Jesse Lingard
The Manchester United forward narrowly missed out on representing England at the Euros after initially making it into the provisional 33-man squad released by England manager, Gareth Southgate.
It must have been a difficult decision for Southgate to drop the 28-year old but quite understandable in an English team where all invited players had a wonderful season with their respective clubs.
Lingard resuscitated his career after joining West Ham on loan in January and proved vital as West Ham narrowly missed out on qualifying for the champions league for the first time in the club's history.
8. Trent-Alexander Arnold
The Liverpool full back is another star who will be missing the Euros through injury sustained in a warm up match.
Trent who had a mixed season with Liverpool was initially touted to miss the Euros due to stiff competition in his position.
Although he eventually made the squad, his injury has now finally ruled him out.
9. Jan Oblak
It is impossible to talk about Atletico Madrid's successful 2020/21 season without the mention of the impact of Jan Oblak. Sadly, however, the will not be at the Euros.
Oblak couldn't qualify with his country, Slovenia for the tournament after they finished fourth in their group behind Poland, Austria and Northern Macedonia.
He has earned the number one spot for the national team in 2016 following the retirement from international football of Inter Milan's Samir Handanovic.
10. Marc-Andre Ter Stergen
The Barcelona goalkeeper joins the unending list of players that will be missing out on Euro 2020 happening in 2021.
The German stopper pulled out of the Germany team in order to undergo a surgery which he had postponed all through the season.
It may be the best decision for him since Germany manager, Joachim Low prefers Bayern Munich's goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer as first choice, which would have meant the Barca keeper play second fiddle.
The list is much longer than this but from these, who will you miss the most and why?