England and Scotland have had strong qualifying campaigns so far, with Wales only three points behind the top two of group D.
Team GB were formed for the 2012 Olympics in London, but if a new squad from the current crop were formed with a minimum of one player per country, who would make the cut?
Here is our combined XI from England, Scotland and Wales…
GK – Jordan Pickford, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
He is England’s number one, a reliable shot stopper and has proven to be a match winner in an England shirt. With plenty of Premier League experience, Pickford takes the number one jersey.
RB – Kyle Walker, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
The Manchester City fullback has been in scintillating form for club and country. His pace and power alongside his technical ability puts him up there as one of the best right backs around.
CB – John Stones, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
A cool, calm and collected figure at the centre of defence. Stones’ ability to play out from the back makes him a key member of the team. His game is increasingly improving year on year.
CB – Harry Maguire, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
Despite recent form, Harry Maguire has always been impressive in an England shirt. He has scored goals for England at a World Cup and a European Championship and his incredible rise in English football often goes under the radar.
LB – Andy Robertson, ScotlandEmbed from Getty Images
Since Andy Robertson joined Liverpool from Hull, he has become one of the best left backs in the Premier League. His contributions have also helped Scotland qualify for Euro 2020, and put them on the brink of qualification for Euro 2024.
CM – Scott McTominay, ScotlandEmbed from Getty Images
Scott McTominay’s form for Scotland has been unbelievable. The Manchester United man has six goals and an assist in Euro 2024 qualification. When the puts on the navy blue shirt of Scotland, he is given a new lease of life.
CM – Declan Rice, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
Declan Rice is one of the first names on the team sheet for Gareth Southgate. He is fast becoming one of the best midfielders in the Premier League, whilst also helping England compete at a European Championship and World Cup.
CM – Jude Bellingham, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
Jude Bellingham is one of the world’s best talents and would walk into any team’s midfield around Europe. At just 20 years old, he is making a name for himself everywhere he goes. One of England’s brightest prospects.
RW – Bukayo Saka, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
Bukayo Saka endured penalty heartbreak with England but bounced back like a true professional. He is one of England’s stand out performers and one of the best wingers in Europe.
LW – Brennan Johnson, WalesEmbed from Getty Images
Brennan Johnson is one of the most exciting players that Wales have had in recent times. His electric pace combined with his goal scoring ability saw him complete his big money move to Tottenham Hotspur this summer, and he will be hoping to fire his nation to Germany 2024.
ST – Harry Kane, EnglandEmbed from Getty Images
England’s all time record goal scorer has been his country’s main man for several years. The Bayern Munich striker always delivers on the international stage and has racked up 59 goals for England, and will be hoping to deliver their first trophy since 1966 before his career is over.