Manchester United will have seven representatives at Euro 2012 after the final squads were delivered to UEFA on Tuesday.
Anders Lindegaard has made the Denmark squad after proving his fitness and should compete with Stephan Andersen for a starting spot after Thomas Sorensen was ruled out. Peter Schmeichel's son Kasper has been drafted in as cover for the Stoke keeper.
Roy Hodgson's England have four Reds in their ranks, although Wayne Rooney is suspended for the first two matches. Rooney wears his favourite No10 shirt with in-form Ashley Young taking 11. Phil Jones is at 14 while Danny Welbeck, who is travelling despite taking time to recover from an injury, gets 22.
Nani is in Portugal's party, along with former Old Trafford favourite Cristiano Ronaldo, and Patrice Evra is included in Laurent Blanc's 23-man France squad. David De Gea, as expected, will not feature for Spain as he's instead earmarked to be No1 at the Olympics.