Manchester United will be fairly well represented at the 2024 European Championship, with several players set to represent their nations in Germany.

A handful of the Red Devils’ contingent have a chance of returning home with a winners’ medal, which would be a fantastic achievement given the strength of the competition.

Read on as we look at which Man United players will feature at Euro 2024 this summer, starting with a couple who head into the tournament with different expectations.

England duo hoping for a summer pick-me-up

Fans partial to wagering on international football may be surprised to discover that online bookmakers rate England as the favourites to win Euro 2024.

All of the leading options for online betting place the Three Lions ahead of France, Germany and Spain in the outright market despite their lack of success in major tournaments.

Man United duo Kobbie Mainoo and Luke Shaw have been included in the 26-man squad, but Harry Maguire has been axed after failing to recover from a calf injury.

Mainoo will likely be used as an impact substitute by Gareth Southgate, with the England boss expected to go with experience in midfield.

Shaw is a surprise inclusion after missing most of the season with injury and United fans will be hoping he does not suffer any setbacks in Germany.

However, England are thin on the ground at left-back and Southgate may be forced to utilise the United star during the tournament.

Denmark aiming to upset the odds

England’s status as tournament favourites is baffling, given they have been drawn in a group which has the potential to be extremely tricky.

Slovenia and Serbia could cause them plenty of problems, while Denmark will fancy their chances of causing an upset against the Three Lions.

Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund will both play key roles for Denmark this summer and will be relishing the chance to face their United teammates.

Eriksen was on the scoresheet in Denmark’s recent 2-1 victory over Sweden, while Hojlund sowed glimpses of his quality before being substituted.

England needed extra-time to defeat Denmark in the semi-finals of Euro 2020 and it would be foolish to underestimate them this summer.

Fernandes hoping to lead Portugal to the title

Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot were two of Man United’s top performers this season and will be eager to continue in the same vein at Euro 2024.

Dalot may have to settle for a back-up role with Portugal, but Fernandes will likely be a regular starter in his usual playmaking role.

Roberto Martinez’s side were unbeaten during qualifying, and will expect to progress from a group containing Turkey, Georgia and Czechia.

Former United manager Jose Mourinho believes Portugal’s squad is the strongest they have ever taken to a major tournament and it is difficult to argue with him.

If Cristiano Ronaldo brings his shooting boots, odds of 8/1 to lift the trophy could look ridiculously good value when the tournament reaches the business end.

Altay Bayindir and Scott McTominay are United’s other representatives at Euro 2024 and both players will be keen to make their mark with their respective nations.

Bayindir kept a clean sheet for Turkey in a recent friendly against Italy and they will be hoping to cause a few surprises this summer.

McTominay has become a key player for Scotland in recent games, but they could struggle to get out of a group containing Germany, Switzerland and Hungary.