The Africa Cup of Nations returns this winter and plenty of Premier League stars are set to travel to the Ivory Coast.
Beginning in January, the tournament takes place for a month, meaning some top-flight players could miss a lot of domestic action.
Salah is one of many stars set to be missing for a monthGetty
talkSPORT.com takes a look at who is set to be absent from the Premier League once AFCON gets underway…
Which Premier League stars have qualified for the tournament?
Qualification for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations is complete and we now know which countries will be competing for the title.
Holders Senegal are set to be favourites once again after beating Egypt on penalties two years ago while Cameroon and Morocco will be expecting to go far in the tournament.
And there are plenty of Premier League stars who play for those countries meaning they will likely be absent for multiple top-flight games.
New United signings Andre Onana and Sofyan Amrabat are both set to miss fixtures in the new year as they compete at AFCON.
Nicolas Jackson will be absent for Chelsea while Tottenham will have to go without in-form midfielder Yves Bissouma.
Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest are set to be missing seven first-team players during the tournament, with key men Taiwo Awoniyi and Serge Aurier among that group.
The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations gets underway on January 13 and will run until the final on February 11.
Onana has returned to international action with CameroonGetty
AFCON 2023: Qualified teams
Ivory Coast (Hosts)
Full list of Premier League players to qualify for AFCON:
Mohamed Elneny – EgyptThomas Partey – Ghana
Bertrand Traore – Burkina Faso
Hamed Traore – Ivory CoastDango Ouatarra – Burkina FasoAntoine Semenyo – Ghana
Frank Onyeka – NigeriaBryan Mbuemo – Cameroon Yoane Wissa – DR Congo
Tariq Lamptey – Ghana Carlos Baleba – Cameroon Simon Adingra – Ivory Coast Samy Chouchane – Tunisia
Anass Zaroury – MoroccoLyle Foster – South Africa
Nicolas Jackson – Senegal
Chelsea will be without Jackson in the new yearGetty
Jordan Ayew – Ghana Cheick Doucoure – Mali
Idrissa Gueye – Senegal
Calvin Bassey – Nigeria Alex Iwobi – Nigeria Fode Ballo-Toure – Senegal
Mohamed Salah – Egypt
Issa Kabore – Burkina Faso Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu – DR Congo
Andre Onana – CameroonSofyan Amrabat – Morocco Hannibal Mejbri – Tunisia Amad Diallo – Ivory Coast
Man United will have to do without their new midfielder in JanuaryGetty
Serge Aurier – Ivory CoastWilly Boly – Ivory CoastIbrahim Sangare – Ivory Coast Moussa Niakhate – SenegalCheikhou Kouyate – SenegalTaiwo Awoniyi – NigeriaOla Aina – Nigeria
Ismaila Coulibaly – MaliAnis Ben Slimane – Tunisia
Pape Matar Sarr – SenegalYves Bissouma – Mali
Mohamed Kudus – Ghana Maxwel Cornet – Ivory CoastNayef Aguerd – MoroccoSaid Benrahma – Algeria
Rayan Ait-Nouri – AlgeriaBoubacar Traore – Mali