Aston Villa midfielder Conor Hourihane started both games for the Republic of Ireland over the international period.
The Celtic youngster has helped his country into the semi-finals of the competition.
Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford is an England-born player who has been chased by the Republic of Ireland in recent months.
Everton's Seamus Coleman has been starting ahead of Wolverhampton Wanderers' Matt Doherty for the Republic of Ireland.
Patrick Bamford has had an indifferent campaign with Leeds United this season.
Mick McCarthy says he would "love to build a team around" the Hammers midfielder, who is deciding whether to pick the Boys in Green or England.
Ireland manager McCarthy wants to add Bamford to his Ireland set-up.
Aiden McGeady is playing well for Sunderland at the moment.
The Republic of Ireland legend is in talks with the Hoops over the prospect of becoming reserve team coach following the departure of Shaun Maloney.
West Ham United are prepared to wait until the summer before entering contract negotiations with Declan Rice.
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Premier League runners-up Liverpool probably don't need a new right-back but Almeida would happily sign if Jurgen Klopp wants him.
Tottenham Hotspur already have eyes on the Norwich City defender.
Arsenal loanee Eddie Nketiah has started off life at Leeds United in a bright fashion.
Leeds United youngster is thriving for Glentoran.
Newcastle United forward Dwight Gayle has not made an appearance at St. James' Park, since moving back from West Bromwich Albion.
Plans that would have made it even harder for Celtic to qualify for the group stages have been put on hold.
Sunderland released John Egan - now he's a £4m Premier League star with Sheffield United and is set to captain the Republic of Ireland.
The Welshman has signed for Charlton Athletic after his Sunderland deal wasn't renewed.
Jordan Hugill played just 22 minutes of Premier League football at West Ham United but he's back to his best in the Championship at QPR.
Martin O’Neill has suggested he is likely to continue as the Republic of Ireland manager unless his employer has changed its mind about wanting him to stay.
Roy Keane said last week the key to Martin O’Neill’s celebrated motivational acumen boils down to a knack for saying the right thing at the right time. So it was intriguing, on the eve of Tuesday’s second leg of the tautly wound World Cup play‑off between the Republic of Ireland and Denmark, to hear O’Neill tease his captain, David Meyler, about missing penalties in training.