AFCON 2023- African players English Premier League would lose to the tournament

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AFCON 2023- African players English Premier League would lose to the tournament

More than 30 African players in the English Premier League will play in the 34th edition of the AFCON to be played between 13th January and 11th Febru

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More than 30 African players in the English Premier League will play in the 34th edition of the AFCON to be played between 13th January and 11th February 2024 in Ivory Coast.

AFCON 2023 is just two weeks away from the big kick-off as the tournament is set to rock the European top league for African players.

In England, Nottingham Forest will be the biggest losers as they’re set to lose 6 first-team players to the tournament. Brentford Fulham Westham and Bournemouth all will lose 3 players each to the tournament.

Stars like Mohammed Salah, Andrea Onana, Thomas Partey and Jordan Ayew will all join their respective national teams for the AFCON.

Burnley, Manchester City and Newcastle will not lose a single player to the tournament. Newcastle United and Manchester do not have African players while Burnleys Moroccan Anas Zaroiry and South African Lyle Foster aren’t part of the final squads for the countries.

Arsenal

•Thomas Partey – Ghana
•Mohamed Elneny – Egypt

Aston Villa

•Bertrand Traore – Burkina Faso

Bournemouth

•Hamed Traore – Ivory Coast
•Dango Ouatarra – Burkina Faso •Antoine Semenyo – Ghana

Brentford

•Frank Onyeka – Nigeria
•Bryan Mbuemo – Cameroon
•Yoane Wissa – DR Congo

Brighton

•Tariq Lamptey – Ghana
•Simon Adingra – Ivory Coast

Chelsea

•Nicolas Jackson – Senegal

Crystal Palace

•Jordan Ayew – Ghana
•Cheick Doucoure – Mali

Everton

•Idrissa Gueye – Senegal

Fulham

•Calvin Bassey – Nigeria
•Alex Iwobi – Nigeria
•Fode Ballo-Toure – Senegal

Liverpool

•Mohamed Salah – Egypt

Luton

•Issa Kabore – Burkina Faso

Manchester United

•Andre Onana – Cameroon
•Sofyan Amrabat – Morocco

Nottingham Forest

•Serge Aurier – Ivory Coast
•Willy Boly – Ivory Coast
•Ibrahim Sangare – Ivory Coast
•Moussa Niakhate – Senegal
• Cheikhou Kouyate – Senegal
• Ola Aina –  Nigeria

Sheffield United

•Ismaila Coulibaly – Mali
•Anis Ben Slimane – Tunisia

Tottenham

•Pape Matar Sarr – Senegal
•Yves Bissouma – Mali

West Ham

•Mohamed Kudus – Ghana
•Nayef Aguerd – Morocco
•Said Benrahma – Algeria

Wolves

•Rayan Ait-Nouri – Algeria
•Boubacar Traore – Mali

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