Euro 2020 kicks off tonight a year later than scheduled, when Italy faces Turkey in Rome.
The tournament is being played across the continent, with the semi-finals and finals taking place at Wembley next month.
Burnley has only one representative in Matej Otter who hopes to help the Czech Republic break out of the England-Scotland group.
But the Clarets may well be watching the tournament to tackle the transfer market this summer.
Sean Deich, who is close to signing a new deal with Turf Moor, is looking to strengthen his team, and Chairman Alan Pace stands ready to support his boss.
With that in mind, we are looking at seven players who will compete in Euro 2020 matches that can meet all of Burnley’s requirements.
Ruben Vargas – Switzerland
The Swiss striker has attracted attention in the Bundesliga with his dynamic performance.
At home on the left, although he is capable of playing on the right, and as a striker in recent years he has made his way to the Swiss side.
He’s still 22 years old and seems ready for more than Augsburg.
Will cost over £ 12m and is under contract until 2024, but will certainly fit the bill for the Burnley side in need of more options.
Jonas Wind – Denmark
The striker may not be an immediate problem for the clarets, but in the long run it is an area of the side to look at.
Wind, linked to West Ham in January, could fill that gap and get down to business right away.
Proven at home at Copenhagen and offers a combination of speed and fitness to suit Burnley and the Premier League.
He is only 22 years old, and while he has a contract until 2025, he will receive a reasonable fee, but it represents long-term value.
Teun Koopmeiners from Holland
A star in the making and one that in reality may be out of reach of Burnley.
The defensive midfielder is about to leave AZ Alkmaar in his homeland and is linked to such teams as Inter and Leeds United.
He looks at the goal and stays on his feet, so he can balance the Claret midfielder.
It would likely take a £ 15m to £ 20m offer to drive it away, money that Burnley would probably think would be better spent elsewhere, but it seems destined for big deals.
Michal Gelik – Poland
The 25-year-old was an outstanding player for the Tykes and was voted club’s best player this season.
It has received international recognition in Poland, and further development awaits it.
Six times in the entire campaign, adding a valuable threat to goals and will undoubtedly benefit from learning from the likes of Mee and James Tarkovsky.
Jack Hendry – Scotland
The Celtic center-back has been associated with a number of Premier League clubs, including the Clarets, who impressed Ostend during their seasonal loan.
The Belgian side would like to sign a permanent contract with him, while Celtic may try to keep the 26-year-old north of the border, although the Glasgow giants do not currently have a manager.
Hendry himself is focused on his international work, but admits that he does not know what will happen next.
At 26, he reaches his prime and has proven his skills in recent months.
Possesses the height and defensive mind to enter Sean Deitch’s system.
Ryan Christie – Scotland
Another player has been involved with Burnley in the past.
His contract expires in 2022, but, unusually, he is not tied until the end of next season.
Instead, Christie’s contract expires in January, which means he could begin negotiations with other clubs this summer.
Celtic can expect to cash in on the 26-year-old midfielder, and he has the creativity and ingenuity that the Clarets seek in the center of the park.
Robin Quayson – Sweden
A familiar name and a player who is about to become a free agent with his contract at German Mainz.
A lot of Premier League clubs are associated with the 27-year-old who can play wide or forward, while the Italian team Roma is also mentioned.
He gained attention in Germany and could provide the Clarets with some ingenuity in the last third and help relieve the creative pressure on Dwight McNeill.
Wages and competition can be a stumbling block, but this is a deal worth striving for and it will send a real job application.