Liverpool FC’s Emre Can & Turkey stars vie for EURO 2016 young player prize

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Liverpool star Emre Can is among the players eligible for the Euro 2016 young player of the tournament award presented by Socar.

Can is one of two players born in Germany of Turkish origin to be on the list with the other being Bayer Leverkusen star Hakan Calhanoglu.

The Bayer playmaker represents Turkey at international level as does Denmark born Emre Mor who earned a five-year move to Borussia Dortmund today.

The other Turkish entries are 21-year-old Ozan Tufan and 20-year-old Ahmet Calik.

The UEFA award is open to all players born on or after 1 January 1994 and the winner will be selected by the UEFA technical observers, who will attend every match at UEFA EURO 2016.

Eligible for Young Player of the Tournament presented by Socar:

Albania
Elseid Hysaj

Austria
Marcel Sabitzer
Alessandro Schöpf

Belgium
Jason Denayer
Jordan Lukaku
Divock Origi

Croatia
Tin Jedvaj
Ante Ćorić
Mateo Kovačić
Marko Rog
Marko Pjaca

Czech Republic
None

England
John Stones
Dele Alli
Eric Dier
Raheem Sterling
Marcus Rashford

France
Kingsley Coman
Anthony Martial

Germany
Joshua Kimmich
Emre Can
Leroy Sané
Julian Weigl

Hungary
Barnabás Bese
László Kleinheisler
Ádám Nagy

Iceland
Hjörtur Hermannsson

Italy
Federico Bernardeschi

Northern Ireland
Luke McCullough
Paddy McNair

Poland
Bartosz Kapustka
Karol Linetty
Piotr Zieliński
Arkadiusz Milik
Mariusz Stępiński

Portugal
Renato Sanches

Republic of Ireland
None

Romania
Steliano Filip

Russia
Aleksandr Golovin

Slovakia
Milan Škriniar
Ondrej Duda

Spain
Héctor Bellerín

Sweden
Ludwig Augustinsson
Victor Lindelöf

Switzerland
Nico Elvedi
Denis Zakaria
Breel Embolo
Shani Tarashaj

Turkey
Ahmet Çalık
Hakan Çalhanoğlu
Ozan Tufan
Emre Mor

Ukraine
Viktor Kovalenko
Olexandr Zinchenko

Wales
George Williams

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