Which Premier League players from this season will compete in the AFCON 2023?

Which Premier League players from this season will compete in the AFCON 2023?

Africa Cup of Nations qualification is now finished for 2023.

The 24-team roster for the winter tournament was finalized on Tuesday night when Cameroon and Namibia purchased their flights to the Ivory Coast.

The tournament begins on January 13, 2024, which means that Premier League players called up will be away from domestic duty for up to a month, with the final set for February 11.

Only Newcastle and Manchester City are likely to not send a player to the AFCON, while clubs like Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham, and Liverpool are bidding their star players farewell.

Here is our list of Premier League players who are eligible for the AFCON 2023 roster.


Egypt’s Mohamed Elneny and Ghana’s Thomas Partey.


Nicolas Jackson (from Senegal).

United Manchester.

Hannibal Mejbri (Tunisia), Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco), Andre Onana (Cameroon), and Amad Diallo (Ivory Coast) are among the participants.

The Manchester City.



Mohammed Salah (Egypt).


Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal), and Yves Bissouma (Mali).

East Ham.

Maxwel Cornet (Ivory Coast), Mohammed Kudus (Ghana), Said Benrahma (Algeria), and Nayef Aguerd (Morocco).




Fode Ballo-Toure (Senegal), Calvin Bassey, and Alex Iwobi (both from Nigeria).


Bryan Mbeumo (Cameroon), Yoane Wissa (DR Congo), and Frank Onyeka (Nigeria).

The Crystal Palace.

Cheick Doucoure (Mali), Jeffrey Schlupp and Jordan Ayew (both from Ghana).

*Although I’m currently retired, I could come back, according to media reports.


Samy Chouchane (Tunisia), Simon Adingra (Ivory Coast), Carlos Baleba (Cameroon), and Tariq Lamptey (Ghana).

Accrington Villa.

Burkina Faso’s Bertrand Traore.

Forest in Nottingham.

Ola Aina and Taiwo Awoniyi (Nigeria), Serge Aurier, Willy Boly and Ibrahim Sangare (Ivory Coast), and Moussa Niakhate and Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal).


Algeria’s Rayan Ait-Nouri and Mali’s Boubacar Traore.


Senegalese Idrissa Gueye.


Antoine Semenyo of Ghana, Hamed Traore of the Ivory Coast, and Dango Ouattara of Burkina Faso.


Burkinabes Issa Kabore and Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu.

United Sheffield.

Ismaila Coulibaly from Mali and Anis Ben Slimane from Tunisia.


Lyle Foster (South Africa), and Anass Zaroury (Morocco).

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