Fancy a bit of Euro 2016 Fantasy Football?

What about adding a Huddersfield Town twist?

We've taken a scan across the players currently lighting up living rooms and pubs across the country, and with tongues firmly in cheeks, we've imagined them in Town's blue and white stripes.

Our Town writers have each picked three players that would immediately slot into the Town side.

While it's obvious a Cristiano Ronaldo or Thomas Muller would never go amiss and this lot aren't about to rock up to PPG Canalside, we've gone for style of play, Town's positional needs and suitability for David Wagner's 4-2-3-1 formation rather than the the plausibility of the signing.

This is an ideal, dream world after all...

Let us know your choices in the comments below.

Doug Thomson

Leonardo Bonucci - Italy

Leonardo Bonucci and Italy players celebrate their 2-0 win in the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E match between Belgium and Italy

With reported interest in Joel Lynch, David Wagner could need another new centre-back after signing Michael Hefele.

What about Leonardo Bonucci, that classy member of the solid backline who have helped Juventus win five successive titles.

The experiemced Bonucci and Italy kicked off by keeping a clean sheet as they beat Belgium.

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Nicolae Stanciu - Romania

Nicolae Stanciu of Romania

David Wagner likes his attacking midfielders, and the Steaua Buchrest player is great to watch.

The 23-year-old has only recently joined the national squad but is rated by many as the stand-out star.

That’s down to his passing and dribbling skills, and eye for goal, with four so far at full internatiional level.

Marc Janko - Austria

Town are to head to Austria in pre-season - so how about returning with this top striker in tow?

The tall 32-year-old could be the perfect man to provide competition for Nahki Wells, and an alternative approach.

Currently as Basel, he has also played in Holland, Portugal, Turkey and Australia as well as his homeland - so why not West Yorkshire?

Alex Porter

Arkadiusz Malik - Poland

Still only 22 Malik netted 24 goals for Ajax this season and he's unafraid to chip in with assists.

From a Town perspective, he plays as a striker for for his club but just behind Robert Lewandowski in a Poland shirt - his versatility would provide the ideal solution to the striking conundrum as Town look for a player who can provide some support for Nahki Wells.

Plus he's happy to help out defensively, music to David Wagner's ears.

Hakan Calhanoglu - Turkey

Turkey's Hakan Calhanoglu fights for the ball with Croatia's Ivan Perisic, right

A relative youngster at 22, Calhanoglu is a set piece specialist - a position that has been vacant at Town for some time.

Technical and versatile, Wagner could find room for him in any of the creative roles, but the best fit would be on the right hand side of the attacking three behind Wells.

Eight goals and 11 assists for Bayer Leverkusen last season, his creative talents would instantly improve the supply lines from the wide areas for Town's Bermudian front man.

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Gianluigi Buffon - Italy

Gianluigi Buffon of Italy celebrates his team's 2-0 win

Definitely the glamour pick, but would bring some experience and winning mentality.

Joel Coleman is the goalkeeping future, but the step up from League One to the Championship will be tough. Town are still searching for a second senior goalkeeper - imagine pairing his youth with the nous of Buffon for the ultimate education?

The Italian has seen it all. Plus, the idea of combining his crossbar swinging antics with the personality of Michael Hefele would ensure things would never be dull...