Three players to look out for in Sunday's Euro 2016 games

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Players linked with Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal are likely to be in action in Group C's games.

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Today's games at Euro 2016 may be ones to watch if you are followers of either Liverpool and Everton, purely because there are one or two names among the sides who have been linked with a move to Merseyside. 

Turkey and Croatia kick off proceedings today as they get Group D underway at the Parc de Princes in Paris. All of Group C are in action with Poland taking on Northern Ireland in Nice, with Germany's clash with Ukraine in Lille concluding today's matches. 

Here are three players to look out for:

Piotr Zielinski

England's Hallam Hope in action against Poland's Piotr ZielinskiEngland's Hallam Hope in action against Poland's Piotr Zielinski

Zielinkski is likely to line up in the middle of the Poland midfield against the Northern Irish, and will often find himself in a number 10 role during the game. He has been strongly linked with a move to Liverpool. The Udinese midfielder, who was on loan at Empoli last season, has said he has held talks with Jurgen Klopp - and that it would be an 'honour' to work with him, the Liverpool Echo has reported. 

Napoli have been strongly linked with him of late, but here is an opportunity for him to show that he is good enough for a big move on the big stage.

Jonas Hector

Football Soccer - Germany v Slovakia - International FriendlyJonas Hector in Germany's friendly against Slovakia

Another one who has been linked with a Liverpool move is the Germany and Cologne left-back, though the Bundesliga side has denied there is an offer on the table from the Reds, the Daily Mail has reported

Hector has seemingly nailed down a starting place for the World Champions and there will be plenty of people interested to see whether he is the real deal, especially taking into account that his club side have been in mid-table for the past couple of season in the Bundesliga - which forms the basis of his top flight experience having been part of the Cologne side that was promoted in 2014. 

He is clearly well fancied by Joachim Löw so if he can cut it for the side that last lifted the World Cup, there may well be something about him that could tempt sides in the Premier League. 

Andriy Yarmolenko

Ukraine's Andriy YarmolenkoUkraine's Andriy Yarmolenko

The Ukrainian has been persistently linked with a move to the Premier League with Everton for a fee of around £25 million, while Liverpool, Arsenal and Barcelona have also been credited with interested in the forward, according to ESPN.

He's a forward that often comes off the flanks and the 25-year-old scored 19 goals in all competitions for his club in the most recent season, and has a terrific goalscoring record for his country - having found the net 24 times from 58 appearances. If he can put on a show against the Germans then it's highly likely that his valuation could rise even further.  

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