FIFA World Cup kick-off in Russia is getting closer every day. The showdown will start on 14th June with the hosts taking on Saudi Arabia. The final squads are officially out. The coaches, fans, and pundits are now making final submissions before the showpiece begins. Today, we want to take through the names on those lists of players selected to represent their nations this summer. We want to let you know which club has produced the biggest number of players to the World Cup this year.
6. Man United- 11 Players
— England (@England) June 4, 2018
Manchester United will have eleven players in Russia World Cup. England has four who include Phil Jones, Ashley Young, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard. Others include Nemanja Matic who will play for Serbia, Paul Pogba is a natural starter for France. Spain number one goalkeeper David De Gea hails from Old Trafford. Argentina coach selected Marcos Rojo despite not playing a lot of football last season among others. Other clubs with 11 players in the summer showdown include Bayern Munich and Juventus.
5. Chelsea- 12 Players
— Belgian Red Devils (@BelRedDevils) June 4, 2018
Chelsea finished fifth in the Premier League last season but this did not deter national team coaches from selecting them for the World Cup. Spain national team coach had several to select but he only decided to go with Cezar Azpilicueta. England boss did not listen to the pundits who did not trust Gary Cahil defensive capabilities. He selected him. Blues best player Eden Hazard and goalkeeper Courtois were obvious choices for Belgium boss Robertocolorsez. Others include Kante and Giroud for France, Victor Moses for Nigeria, and Antonio Rudiger for Germany among others. Tottenham Hotspurs also had 12 players selected to play for different countries in the World Cup.
4. PSG- 12 Players
Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain has 12 players selected to play for different countries in Russia World Cup 2018. The list, of course, must start with World most expensive player Neymar who is back from injury in time to play for Brazil. Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani will play for France and Uruguay respectively. Angel Di Maria and Julian Draxler will represent Argentina and Germany respectively among others.