United internationals learn the Euro 2020 groups

The group-stage draw for Euro 2020 has been completed in Bucharest, Romania, determining who many of Manchester United’s international players will face in next summer’s tournament.

One of the main headlines, at least from a Reds perspective, is that David De Gea's Spain will face Victor Lindelof's Sweden in Group E.

Former Old Trafford hero John Sivebaek won the competition with Denmark in 1992 and, as such, he was among the legendary figures from European football who all completed the draw on stage.

The selection of luminaries included another ex-United player in the form of Karel Poborsky, our former flying winger, who of course reached the final of Euro 1996 with Czech Republic. 

On this occasion, the highly-anticipated Euro 2020 tournament will be played all over Europe to celebrate its 60th anniversary, with 24 nations split into the following six groups of four. Twenty of those nations are already known, with four more to come from the upcoming play-offs next March.

Scroll down to see the six groups...

Victor Lindelof is set to face David De Gea in Group E of Euro 2020.

GROUP A
Turkey
Italy
Wales (Daniel James, Dylan Levitt)
Switzerland

GROUP B
Denmark
Finland
Belgium
Russia

GROUP C
Netherlands
Ukraine
Austria
Play-off Winner D

GROUP D
England (Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford)
Croatia
Player-off Winner C
Czech Republic

GROUP E
Spain (David De Gea)
Sweden (Victor Lindelof)
Poland
Play-off winner B

GROUP F
Player-off Winner A
Portugal
France (Paul Pogba)
Germany

*United players listed after nations based on most recent squads.

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