3. Antoine Griezmann (France)
Griezmann will lead the French attack this summer whilst seeking competition from Arsenal’s consistently inconsistent Oliver Giroud and Manchester United’s young talent Anthony Martial.
Griezmann put in encouraging displays at the World Cup, but has only scored twice for his country since the beginning of 2015, and only seven times throughout his international career.
At club level however; the French striker has scored 44 times in his two seasons at Atletico Madrid and, based on form, should definitely be in the running as one of the top goalscorers of the competition.