Man United’s stars will clock up almost 100,000 miles travel during this international break… but Nottingham Forest’s players must go even FURTHER! How far each Premier League team will travel in this break

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The first international break of the new season is here but Premier League players won’t be afforded much time for rest and relaxation as they represent their respective nations.

Every English top-flight side has players jetting overseas and the air miles are racking up for individuals travelling the globe to compete in international fixtures.

England players will benefit from shorter trips abroad for European Championship qualifiers against Ukraine and Scotland, but others have to endure long-haul flights that could wreak havoc on their body clocks when the Premier League resumes.

Stars representing Brazil, Argentina and Colombia face the longest trips as they travel to South America to partake in World Cup qualifiers.

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Mail Sport has crunched the numbers and done the maths behind every Premier League side’s international break and the total miles players are having to travel.

Man United players will travel almost 100,000 miles throughout this international break

Man United players will travel almost 100,000 miles throughout this international break

Erling Haaland will travel just 1,384 miles with Norway during the international break

Erling Haaland will travel just 1,384 miles with Norway during the international break

MAN CITY – 68,408 TOTAL MILES

The Premier League champions have started their title defence in blistering form with a 100 per cent winning record with victories over Newcastle and Fulham being particularly impressive.

City’s squad of international talent has again been plucked during the international break as a host of first-team stars temporarily wave goodbye to the Etihad.

Erling Haaland and Nathan Ake will benefit from relatively short trips abroad with Norway and the Netherlands, but long journeys lie ahead for Ederson and Julian Alvarez.

Pep Guardiola is also expected to travel during the international break as he flies back to England from Barcelona after undergoing back surgery. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Phil Foden, Kalvin Phillips, Kyle Walker, Jack Grealish (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 7,824 

Jeremy Doku (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 5,178

Bernard Silva, Ruben Dias (Portugal) –  Slovakia (A), Luxembourg (H) – TOTAL MILES: 7,142

Nathan Ake (Netherlands) – Greece (H), Ireland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,024

Josip Gvardiol, Mateo Kovacic (Croatia) – Latvia (H), Armenia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 9,674

Rodri (Spain) – Georgia (A), Cyprus (H) –  TOTAL MILES: 6,014

Erling Haaland (Norway) – Jordan (H), Georgia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,384

Manuel Akanji (Switzerland) – Kosovo (A), Andorra (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,702

Julian Alvarez (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,492

Ederson (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,974

TOTTENHAM – 66,965 TOTAL MILES

Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham reign is up and running and the Australian will hope the international break won’t disrupt the positive early season progress.

Fourteen Spurs players will leave to feature for their respective nation, with Pape Sarr and Cristian Romero travelling the furthest during the international break.

Wales trio Ben Davies, Brennan Johnson and Joe Rodon hosted South Korea on Friday before making the single trip to Latvia, while James Maddison is Tottenham’s only England representative. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY?

Cristian Romero (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,492

Richarlison (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,974

Ivan Perisic (Croatia) – Latvia (H), Armenia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,837

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark) – San Marino (H), Finland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,249

James Maddison (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,017 

Manor Solomon (Israel) – Romania (A), Belarus (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,489 

Guglielmo Vicario (Italy) – North Macedonia (A), Ukraine (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,471 

Yves Bissouma (Mali) – South Sudan (H), Ivory Coast (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,502 

Micky Van de Ven (Netherlands) – Greece (H), Ireland (A) – TOTAL MILES:  1,024

Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal) – Rwanda (H), Algeria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,255 

Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden) – Estonia (A), Austria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,246 

Ben Davies, Brennan Johnson, Joe Rodon (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES:  4,409

Richarlison will clock up more than 12,000 miles with Brazil during this international break

Richarlison will clock up more than 12,000 miles with Brazil during this international break

LIVERPOOL – 85,056 TOTAL MILES

Liverpool’s South American contingent face long trips back to their homelands as World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister, Alisson, Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz jet across the Atlantic Ocean.

Jurgen Klopp will see his collective group of players travel the third highest amount of miles during the international break and will be hoping to see the likes of Ben Doak and Stefan Bajcetic get minutes at Under 21 level.

Trent Alexander-Arnold was due to be Liverpool’s solo senior England representative – until he pulled out, although he did attend a team meeting with the rest of the squad this week – while Andy Robertson will captain Scotland in matches against Cyprus and England.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY?

Alexis Mac Allister (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,492

Alisson (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,974

Luis Diaz (Colombia) – Venezuela (H), Chile (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,785

Mohamed Salah (Egypt) – Ethiopia (H), Tunisia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,656

Harvey Elliott (England U21) – Luxembourg (A) – TOTAL MILES: 894

Konstantinos Tsimikas (Greece) – Netherlands (A), Gibraltar (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,020

Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary) – Serbia (A) Czechia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,393

Caominhin Kelleher (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,020

Endo Wataru (Japan) – Germany (A), Turkey (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,154

Virgil Van Dijk, Cody Gakpo (Netherlands) – Greece (H), Ireland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,048

Andy Robertson (Scotland) – Cyprus (A), England (H) TOTAL MILES: 4,659

Trent Alexander-Arnold (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,017 

Ben Doak (Scotland U21) – Spain (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,314 

Stefan Bajcetic (Spain U21) – Scotland (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,314

Darwin Nunez (Uruguay) – Chile (H), Ecuador (H) – TOTAL MILES: 15,316

Hungary's Dominik Szoboszlai has been a man in form for club and country so far this season

Hungary’s Dominik Szoboszlai has been a man in form for club and country so far this season

WEST HAM – 45,226 TOTAL MILES

Hammers boss David Moyes probably didn’t want the international break to ever come after West Ham’s brilliant start to the new season.

Funds have been well spent following Declan Rice’s summer departure for Arsenal and West Ham are just two points adrift of league leaders Man City heading into the international break.

Fortunately, the majority of departing players will be travelling less than 5,000 miles during the break with only Michail Antonio and Edson Alvarez exceeding that distance.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Vladimir Coufal, Tomas Soucek (Czechia) – Albania (H), Hungary (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,970

Alphonse Areola (France) – Ireland (H), Germany (A) – TOTAL MILES: 814

Konstantinos Mavropanos (Greece) – Netherlands (A), Gibraltar (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,505

Said Benrahma (Algeria) – Tanzania (H), Senegal (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,884

Nayef Aguerd (Morocco) – Liberia (H), Burkina Faso (H) – TOTAL MILES: 3,226

Mohammed Kudus (Ghana) – Central African Republic (H), Liberia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,373

Maxwell Cornet (Ivory Coast) – Lesotho (H), Mali (H) – TOTAL MILES: 3,341

Michail Antonio (Jamaica) – Honduras (H), Haiti (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,396

Edson Alvarez (Mexico) – Australia (H), Uzbekistan (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,717 

Michael Antonio will clock up more miles than most team-mates when he travels for Jamaica

Michael Antonio will clock up more miles than most team-mates when he travels for Jamaica

ARSENAL – 68,062 TOTAL MILES  

Mikel Arteta will be hoping his squad of Premier League title challengers doesn’t fall foul during the international break after their recent 3-1 win over Manchester United in their last outing.

Unfortunately, Arsenal have three Brazilian players in Gabriel, Gabriel Jesus, and Gabriel Martinelli travelling a collective of nearly 40,000 miles, while England quartet Eddie Nketiah, Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka will make trips to Poland and Scotland.

Arsenal’s French defender William Saliba wraps up the fewest miles at just 814. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Martin Odegaard (Norway) – Jordan (H), Georgia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,474

William Saliba (France) – Ireland (H), Germany (A) – TOTAL MILES: 814

Jakub Kiwior (Poland) – Faroe Islands (H), Albania (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,802

David Raya (Spain) – Georgia (A), Cyprus (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,896

Gabriel, Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Jesus (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 39,093

Leandro Trossard (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,947

Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine) – England (H), Italy (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,828

Eddie Nketiah, Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka (England)- Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 8,068

Karl Hein (Estonia) – Sweden (H), Belgium (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,297

Kai Havertz (Germany) – Japan (H), France (H) – TOTAL MILES: 915

Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan) – Germany (A), Turkey (H) – TOTAL MILES: 928

Ukraine's Oleksandr Zinchenko will come up against some team-mates when playing England

Ukraine’s Oleksandr Zinchenko will come up against some team-mates when playing England

BRIGHTON – 56,567 TOTAL MILES

Brighton’s stunning start to the new season means plenty of Roberto de Zerbi’s squad have been called up for international duty.

Clocking just over 55,000 miles during the break, Brighton will see Argentinian Facundo Buonanotte travel the furthest, closely followed by Brazilian Joao Pedro.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Simon Adingra (Ivory Coast) – Lesotho (H), Mali (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,388

Facundo Buonanotte (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,498

Samy Chouchane (Tunisia) – Botswana (H), Egypt (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,611

Lewis Dunk (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,017

Pervis Estupinan (Ecuador) – Argentina (A), Uruguay (H) – TOTAL MILES: 8,286

Billy Gilmour (Scotland) – Cyprus (A), England (H) TOTAL MILES: 4,679

Pascal Gross (Germany) – Japan (H), France (H) – TOTAL MILES: 928

Kaoru Mitoma (Japan) – Germany (A), Turkey (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,154 

Bart Verbruggen (Netherlands) – Greece (H), Ireland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 975

Joao Pedro (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 13,031

Billy Gilmour is among a host of Brighton's young stars that have won international call-ups

Billy Gilmour is among a host of Brighton’s young stars that have won international call-ups

CRYSTAL PALACE – 35,865 TOTAL MILES

Seven Crystal Palace stars are heading overseas during the international break with the club having three players represent England in Eberechi Eze, Sam Johnstone, and Marc Guehi.

Colombia international Jefferson Lerma will travel the furthest for South American clashes against Venezuela and Chile, while Jordan Ayew is set for matches in Africa. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Eberechi Eze, Sam Johnstone, Marc Guehi (England)- Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 6,051

Joachim Andersen (Denmark) – San Marino (H), Finland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,279

Jordan Ayew (Ghana) – Central African Republic (H), Liberia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,373

Chieck Doucoure – (Mali) – South Sudan (H), Ivory Coast (A) – TOTAL MILES: 6,487

Jefferson Lerma (Colombia) – Venezuela (H), Chile (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,675

Seven Crystal Palace stars - including Jefferson Lerma (left) - are away for international break

Seven Crystal Palace stars – including Jefferson Lerma (left) – are away for international break

BRENTFORD – 48,286 TOTAL MILES

13 Brentford players have been called up to their national sides with two leaving London for Denmark in Mathias Jensen and Christian Norgaard.

Yoane Wissa has the furthest distance to travel by representing DR Congo in clashes against Sudan and South Africa, while Jamaica’s Ethan Pinnock also faces a lengthy journey.

Kevin Schade and Michael Olakigbe will both clock just under 1.000 miles with Germany and England.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Kristoffer Ajer (Norway) – Jordan (H), Georgia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,474

Nathan Collins (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 992

Mark Flekken (Netherlands) – Greece (H), Ireland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 907

Saman Ghoddos (Iran) – Bulgaria (A), Jordan (A) – TOTAL MILES: 5,854 

Aaron Hickey (Scotland) – Cyprus (A), England (H) TOTAL MILES: 4,679

Mathias Jensen, Christian Norgaard – (Denmark) – San Marino (H), Finland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,496

Bryan Mbeumo (Cameroon) – Burundi (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,004 

Michael Olakigbe (England U21) – Luxembourg (A) – TOTAL MILES: 600

Ethan Pinnock (Jamaica) – Honduras (H), Haiti (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,396

Kevin Schade – (Germany) – Japan (H), France (H) – TOTAL MILES: 915

Thomas Strakoshka (Albania) –  Czechia (A), Poland (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,724

Yoane Wissa (DR Congo) – Sudan (H), South Africa (A) – TOTAL MILES:  11,245

Bryan Mbeumo has been Brentford's main man and they will hope he returns refreshed

Bryan Mbeumo has been Brentford’s main man and they will hope he returns refreshed

NOTTINGHAM FOREST – 96,662 TOTAL MILES  

Nottingham Forest players will travel nearly 100,000 miles during the international break with Ethan Horvath and Matt Turner travelling 16,000 miles as a pair to represent USA.

Senegalese duo Cheikhou Kouyate and Moussa Niakhata also have long trips to play in games against Rwanda and Algeria, while Gonzalo Montiel has to fly back to South America.

Steve Cooper’s side has started the new season brightly but there will be some tired legs returning for the resumption of the Premier League. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Ola Aina, Taiwo Awoniyi (Nigeria) – Sao Tome and Principe (H) – TOTAL MILES: 13,564

Serge Aurier, Willy Boly, Ibrahim Sangare (Ivory Coast) – Lesotho (H), Mali (H) – TOTAL MILES: 19,890

Anthony Elanga (Sweden) – Estonia (A), Austria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,238

Wayne Hennessey, Neco Williams (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,736

Ethan Horvath, Matt Turner (USA) – Uzebekistan (H), Oman (H) – TOTAL MILES:  16,000

Cheikhou Kouyate, Moussa Niakhata (Senegal) – Rwanda (H), Algeria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 20,702

Gonzalo Montiel (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,492

Andrew Omobamidele (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,020

Odysseas Vlachodimos (Greece) – Netherlands (A), Gibraltar (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,020

Anthony Elanga will look to carry his form for Nottingham Forest into Sweden's matches

Anthony Elanga will look to carry his form for Nottingham Forest into Sweden’s matches

ASTON VILLA – 66,294 TOTAL MILES  

Jhon Duran and Emiliano Martinez will be Aston Villa’s furthest travelling players during the international break as they pack their bags for Colombia and Argentina.

Leon Bailey has a journey to Jamaica to contend with while there are shorter trips for Matty Cash, Boybacar Kamara and John McGinn.

Every Aston Villa player heading on international duty will travel more than 1,000 miles during the break. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Leon Bailey (Jamaica) – Honduras (H), Haiti (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,198

Matty Cash – (Poland) – Faroe Islands (H), Albania (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,031

Boubacar Kamara (France) – Ireland (H), Germany (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,085

Jhon Duran (Colombia) – Venezuela (H), Chile (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,785

Emiliano Martinez (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,492

John McGinn (Scotland) – Cyprus (A), England (H) TOTAL MILES: 4,695

Robin Olsen (Sweden) – Estonia (A), Austria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,238

Youri Tielemans (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 5,678

Pau Torres (Spain) – Georgia (A), Cyprus (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,014

Nicolo Zaniolo (Italy) – North Macedonia (A), Ukraine (H) – TOTAL MILES: 5,078

Emiliano Martinez will clock up almost 15,000 miles travelled with Argentina in this break

Emiliano Martinez will clock up almost 15,000 miles travelled with Argentina in this break

MAN UNITED – 96,369 TOTAL MILES

Manchester United’s difficult start to the new season doesn’t look likely of getting any easier with their players travelling nearly 100,000 miles during the international break.

Argentinian pair Alejandro Garnacho and Lisandro Martinez will clock up close to 30,000 miles while Casemiro also heads to South America with Brazil and Facundo Pellistri with Uruguay.

Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire will represent England in games against Ukraine and Scotland, while Danish duo Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund will rack up a shared mileage of just under 5000. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Lisandro Martinez, Alejandro Garnacho (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 28,984

Casemiro (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,974

Andre Onana – (Cameroon) – Burundi (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,312

Christian Eriksen, Rasmus Hojlund (Denmark) – San Marino (H), Finland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,610

Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,912

Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco) – Liberia (H), Burkina Faso (H) – TOTAL MILES: 3,468

Jonny Evans (Northern Ireland) – Slovenia (A), Kazahkstan (A) – TOTAL MILES: 6,454

Fernandes, Dalot (Portugal) – Slovakia (A), Luxembourg (H) – TOTAL MILES: 3,571

Victor Lindelof – (Sweden) – Estonia (A), Austria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,247

Hannibal (Tunisia) – Botswana (H), Egypt (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,921

Altay Bayindir (Turkey) – Armenia (H), Japan (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,600

Facundo Pellistri – (Uruguay) – Chile (H), Ecuador (H) – TOTAL MILES: 15,316

Deadline Day loan signing Sofyan Amrabat will face Liberia and Burkina Faso for Morocco

Deadline Day loan signing Sofyan Amrabat will face Liberia and Burkina Faso for Morocco

CHELSEA – 63,154 TOTAL MILES

Chelsea’s summer spending has brought in a host of international talent and the fallout means Mauricio Pochettino will have barely any players to work with during the international break.

Moises Caicedo will travel to Ecuador and English players Ben Chilwell, Levi Colwill, Conor Gallagher, Noni Madueke and Cole Palmer will total trips near 20,000 miles.

France defender Axel Disasi has the shortest distance to travel at just 814 miles.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Lucas Bergstrom (Finland U21) – Switzerland U21 (H) – 2,108

Moises Caicedo (Ecuador) – Argentina (A), Uruguay (H) – TOTAL MILES: 8,286

Ben Chilwell, Levi Colwill, Conor Gallagher (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 6,051

Noni Madueke, Cole Palmer (England U21) – Luxembourg (A) – TOTAL MILES: 12,000

Axel Disasi (France) – Ireland (H), Germany (A) – TOTAL MILES: 814

Malo Gusto, Lesley Ugochukwu (France U21) – Slovenia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,510

Enzo Fernandez (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,498

Nicolas Jackson – (Senegal) – Rwanda (H), Algeria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,255

Ian Maatsen (Netherlands) – Greece (H), Ireland (A) – TOTAL MILES:  1,024

Mykhailo Mudryk (Ukraine) – England (H), Italy (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,828

Dorde Petrovic (Serbia) – Hungary (H), Lithuania (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,780

Argentina's matches mean Enzo Fernandez will travel almost 15,000 miles in this interval

Argentina’s matches mean Enzo Fernandez will travel almost 15,000 miles in this interval

FULHAM – 47,892 TOTAL MILES

A host of Fulham players have long journeys to make during the international break but the benefit for Marco Silva is only nine of his first-team squad are leaving.

Bobby De Cordova-Reid has the longest trip to make as he jets to Jamaica while Tim Ream and Robinson are involved representing USA.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Calvin Bassey (Nigeria) – Sao Tome and Principe (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,490

Timothy Castagne (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,947

Bobby DeCordova-Reid (Jamaica) – Honduras (H), Haiti (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,396

Luke Harris (Wales U21) – Lithuania U21 (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,040

Raul Jimenez (Mexico) – Australia (H), Uzbekistan (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,717

Joao Palhinha (Portugal) – Slovakia (A), Luxembourg (H) – TOTAL MILES: 3,361

Tim Ream, Robinson (USA) – Uzebekistan (H), Oman (H) – TOTAL MILES: 8,000

Marek Rodak (Slovakia) – Portugal (H), Liechtenstein (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,598

Harry Wilson (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,343

Joao Palhinha has avoided too much travel in this break, clocking in just over 3,000 miles

Joao Palhinha has avoided too much travel in this break, clocking in just over 3,000 miles

NEWCASTLE – 50,551 TOTAL MILES

Eddie Howe’s squad is heavily weighed with Brazilian pair Bruno Guimaraes and Joelinton racking up a shared mileage of 225,948 miles.

Paraguay representative Miguel Almiron has a long trip back to his homeland while Kieran Trippier and Wilson are both involved with England.

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Miguel Almiron (Paraguay) – Peru (H), Venezuela (A) – TOTAL MILES: 13,261

Martin Dubravka (Slovakia) – Portugal (H), Liechtenstein (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,846

Bruno Guimaraes, Joelinton (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 25,948

Alexander Isak (Sweden) – Estonia (A), Austria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,238

Fabian Schar (Switzerland) – Kosovo (A), Andorra (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,702

Sandro Tonali (Italy) – North Macedonia (A), Ukraine (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,774

Kieran Trippier, Wilson (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,782

Alexander Isak has managed to avoid long haul flights with just 1,238 miles of travel for him

Alexander Isak has managed to avoid long haul flights with just 1,238 miles of travel for him

WOLVES – 63,482 TOTAL MILES

Gary O’Neil will be desperate to get some more time with his Wolves squad after taking over just before the new season started but will see the core of his team dismantled during the international break.

Santiago Bueno has been called up by Uruguay while Matheus Cunha is representing Brazil in long journeys for the Premier League’s South American talents. 

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Rayan Ait-Nouri (Algeria) – Tanzania (H), Senegal (A) – TOTAL MILES: 6,207

Hugo Bueno (Spain U21) – Scotland (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,314

Santiago Bueno (Uruguay) – Chile (H), Ecuador (H) – TOTAL MILES: 15,316

Matheus Cunha (Brazil) – Bolivia (A), Peru (H) – TOTAL MILES: 12,974

Matt Doherty (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,020

Toti Gomes , Sa, Semedo, Neto (Portugal) – Slovakia (A), Luxembourg (H) – TOTAL MILES: 14,284

Hwang Hee-chan (South Korea) – Wales (A), Saudi Arabia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 286 

Tom King (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,343

Mario Lemina (Gabon) – Mauritania (A) – TOTAL MILES: 5,052

Fabio Silva (Portugal U21) – Andorra U21 (H), Belarus (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,686

South Korea's Hwang Hee-chan (left) in action against Wales in Cardiff on Friday evening

South Korea’s Hwang Hee-chan (left) in action against Wales in Cardiff on Friday evening

BOURNEMOUTH – 60,612 TOTAL MILES

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

David Brooks, Chris Mepham, Kieffer Moore (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 7,029

Ryan Christie (Scotland) – Cyprus (A), England (H) TOTAL MILES: 4,679

Milos Kerkez (Hungary) – Serbia (A) Czechia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,133

Dango Ouattara (Burkina Faso) – Eswatini (H), Morocco (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,009

Antonio Semenyo (Ghana) – Central African Republic (H), Liberia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,373

Marcos Senesi (Argentina) – Ecuador (H), Bolivia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,498

Luis Sinisterra (Colombia) – Venezuela (H), Chile (A) – TOTAL MILES: 14,675

Hamed Traore (Ivory Coast) – Lesotho (H), Mali (H) – TOTAL MILES: 6,388

Illia Zabarnyi (Ukraine) – England (H), Italy (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,828

Bournemouth summer signing Luis Sinisterra will travel more than any of his team-mates

Bournemouth summer signing Luis Sinisterra will travel more than any of his team-mates

SHEFFIELD UNITED – 12,557 TOTAL MILES

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Anel Ahmedhodžić (Bosnia & Herzegovina) – Liechtenstein (H), Iceland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,279

George Baldock (Greece) – Netherlands (A), Gibraltar (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,020

Adam Davies (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,343

John Egan (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,020

James McAtee (England U21) – Luxembourg (A) – TOTAL MILES: 895 

EVERTON – 24,290 TOTAL MILES

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Idrissa Gana Gueye (Senegal) – Rwanda (H), Algeria (H) – TOTAL MILES: 10,351

Vitalii Mykolenko  (Ukraine) – England (H), Italy (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,085

Amadou Onana (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 5,178

Nathan Patterson (Scotland) – Cyprus (A), England (H) TOTAL MILES: 4,659

Jordan Pickford (England) – Ukraine (A), Scotland (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,017

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will log just over 2,000 miles for the Three Lions

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will log just over 2,000 miles for the Three Lions

LUTON – 29,589 TOTAL MILES

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Amari’i Bell (Jamaica) – Honduras (H), Haiti (H) – TOTAL MILES: 9,396

Issa Kaboré (Burkina Faso) – Eswatini (H), Morocco (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,009

Thomas Kaminski (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 4,947

Chiedozie Ogbene (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 992

Pelly Ruddock-Mpanzu – DR Congo) – Sudan (H), South Africa (A) – TOTAL MILES: 11,245

BURNLEY – 35,777 TOTAL MILES

WHO’S AWAY ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY? 

Ameen Al-Dakhil (Belgium) – Azerbaijan (A), Estonia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 5,178

Zeki Amdouni (Switzerland) – Kosovo (A), Andorra (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,702

Sander Berge (Norway) – Jordan (H), Georgia (H) – TOTAL MILES: 1,384

Josh Cullen, Dara O’Shea (Ireland) – France (A), Netherlands (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,040

Lyle Foster (South Africa) – Namibia (H), DR Congo (H) – 11,504

Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Iceland) – Luxembourg (A), Bosnia & Herzegovina (H) – TOTAL MILES: 2,619

Luca Koleosho (Italy U21) – Latvia (A), Turkey (A) – TOTAL MILES: 4,098

Ari Muric (Kosovo) – Switzerland (H), Romania (A) – TOTAL MILES: 3,008

Wilson Odobert (France U21) – Slovenia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 1,796

Connor Roberts (Wales) – South Korea (H), Latvia (A) – TOTAL MILES: 2,343

James Trafford (England U21) – Luxembourg (A) – TOTAL MILES: 895

Games against South Korea and Latvia are on the agenda for Wales and Connor Roberts

Games against South Korea and Latvia are on the agenda for Wales and Connor Roberts

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