Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City)
David Silva will no doubt have a major part to play in France but we’re going for Kevin de Bruyne as City’s man to watch next summer. After struggling to get a chance at Chelsea, the Belgian became a revelation at Woflsburg, scoring 20 goals and providing 28 assists in the 2014/15 season. This earned him a big-money move to the Etihad where he has already impressed for them, scoring three times and providing four assists in his eight games for the club. If De Bruyne and Hazard both play to the levels we all know they are capable of during the tournament then Belgium, currently the world’s number 1 side, could be a real force to be reckoned with.