Before a ball was kicked at Euro 2016, The Straits Times identified 10 players who could change clubs this summer. We return to give our verdict on whether they are worth more euros after the Euros.
1. John Stones (England and Everton)
Stones was one of four England players who did not get any game time in France. Goalkeepers Fraser Forster and Tom Heaton as well as Everton colleague Ross Barkley were the others who were unused substitutes.
While there was nothing to judge Stones on, it says a lot that the 22-year-old cannot break into this poor England side. Roy Hodgson's men conceded four goals in as many games, with neither Gary Cahill or fellow central defender Chris Smalling covering themselves in glory. That said, goalkeeper Joe Hart has to take the blame for two goals.
Valuation by the transfermarkt website before Euro 2016: €28 million (S$41.66 million)
ST verdict: Value unchanged