Andriy Yarmolenko - Ukraine - Will face Germany, Northern Ireland, and Poland
HITC Sport writers have compiled a list of the top 50 players at Euro 2016, assessing players from across the 24 countries taking part at this summer's tournament.
Coming in at number 45 is Ukraine and Dynamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko, who'll be hoping to catch the eye in France.
International record: 57 Caps, 23 Goals
2015/16: Yarmolenko began the campaign as one of Europe's most sought-after soon-to-be free agents, but any hopes of nabbing a bargain were eradicated when the winger signed a new five-year deal with Dynamo Kiev.
After 13 goals and 10 assists in 23 league appearances, helping Dynamo to a second-straight Ukrainian title, it is unlikely that interest in Yarmolenko has dried up and according to chairman Ihor Surkis, the club won't stand in his way if an acceptable offer comes in.
The player himself says he'll move to the Premier League.
|Team||UCL Goals||UCL Assists||UCL Appearances|
|Andriy Yarmolenko||Dynamo Kiev||2||0||7|
Which clubs would he suit? Everton, Liverpool and Arsenal are the three most commonly linked, though the list of suitors could potentially reach double figures.
Tottenham Hotspur or Leicester City may dabble in the event that Son Heung-min or Riyad Mahrez are sold, while likely big spenders West Ham United cannot be ruled out.
Stoke City even tried their luck last summer.
Controversial moment: A long-running feud with Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder - and international teammate - Taras Stepanenko was reignited this month, when Yarmolenko took exception to the 26-year-old's celebration in front of the away fans during a 3-0 defeat.
The pair had previously fallen out in 2013, when a challenge by the Dynamo man almost broke Stepanenko's leg, and Yarmolenko reacted by kicking his rival to the ground - prompting ugly scenes and red cards for both players.
A lengthy ban awaits the aggressor.
What can we expect? Mykhaylo Fomenko's team were third in qualifying and automatic progression is likely to prove a tough ask considering their opponents.
Germany are the reigning world champions, while Poland, who possess arguably the best striker in Europe, are being tipped as dark horses by many.
Northern Ireland's underdog statues served them well in qualifying and won't be pushovers, and it remains to be seen what sort of impact recent events will have on Ukraine's squad morale (publicly at least, the pair appear to have made up).
One thing's for sure, though: the form of Yarmolenko will determine their success.