European Under-21 Championship: 10 players to watch in Poland | Ed Aarons

All eyes will be on Poland for a fortnight from 16 June when many of the continent’s most talented young players will contest the 12-team competition

Deemed not good enough for West Bromwich Albion by Tony Pulis less than two years ago, Gnabry’s move to Bayern Munich last week after he activated a clause in his contract with Werder Bremen showed that Arsenal may have been hasty in their decision to let him to leave. The 21-year-old scored 11 times in the Bundesliga last season and will be a major threat in attack for a German side missing the injured defender Jonathan Tah. Borussia Dortmund’s new signing Mo Dahoud will provide thrust from midfield, while the Mainz winger Levin Öztunali is one of several players in the squad who won the Euro Under-19s in 2014.

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