Steven Bergwijn is following in Eric Dier’s footsteps by becoming the latest Tottenham star to miss a spot at Euro 2020, as he has been left out of Frank de Boer’s last 26-man Holland squad … while Nathan Ake, Memphis Depay and Donny van de Beek are participating
- Frank de Boer has nominated his last 26-man Holland selection for Euro 2020
- Tottenham midfielder Steven Bergwijn did not make the cut for the tournament
- He will follow in the footsteps of Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Tanguy Ndombele as Spurs players who will not make it into their respective country’s roster.
- Nathan Ake, Memphis Depay and Donny van de Beek have all made the selection
- Read the latest Euro 2020 news here, including matches, live action and results.
Steven Bergwijn has become the latest Tottenham star to miss out on a place at Euro 2020 after being left out of Frank de Boer’s last 26-man Holland selection.
The Dutchman joins midfield teammates Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Tanguy Ndombele in missing out on the tournament, after the England pair were left out by Gareth Southgate and the latter by France boss Didier Deschamps.
It was also bad news for Anwar El Ghazi of Aston Villa, who made the first choices but is not taken to the tournament with the Orange squad.
Steven Bergwijn (right) is one of the biggest victims of the 26-man Euro 2020 team in the Netherlands
Bergwijn has 12 caps for the Netherlands and has been a regular lately, but he won’t be playing this summer
The entire Holland team is packed with talent, including a number of English players
However, there is room for a number of English players, with Manchester City player Nathan Ake, Tim Krul from Norwich, Brighton’s Joel Veltman, Crystal Palace player Patrick van Aanholt, Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool and Manchester United player Donny van de Beek. .
Fulham’s Kenny Tete has missed it after he was also included in the first match, while there was also no room for former Liverpool striker Ryan Babel.
De Boer chose a number of young players in his selection, with 22-year-old Cody Gakpo, 19-year-old Jurrien Timber and 21-year-old Owen Wijndal all-in.
Frank de Boer has left Bergwijn, Kenny Tete and Anwar El Ghazi out of the selection
Dier is another Tottenham midfielder who will not attend the tournament after falling out of favor
Donny van de Beek, who is with Manchester United for the Europa League final, made the cut
The Dutch national team has fallen in the pecking order in recent years when it comes to the world’s best teams and is currently ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings.
In 2011 they were second in the world, having reached the final of the 2010 World Cup and finished third in 2014.
They didn’t even qualify for Euro 2016 and will try to make up for lost time this summer, with former Crystal Palace flop De Boer at the helm.
Frenkie de Jong of Barcelona is on the team and he will play a leading role at this summer’s European Championship
The Netherlands have come a long way since they reached the final of the 2010 World Cup against Spain