The South American nations have all now confirmed their squads for this summer's Copa America, with two teams for Chelsea supporters to keep an eye on in the USA.

The deadline for countries to submit their final 26-man squads for the 2024 Copa America was at 11pm tonight (UK time) and Argentina and Ecuador have both called upon Chelsea players for their campaign in the USA.

Enzo Fernandez will be hoping to help Argentina defend the Copa America title they won in 2021, which would make them only the second team in the history of world football to win three consecutive major international tournaments - joining Spain's 2008-2012 vintage - having also triumphed at the 2022 World Cup.

The Chelsea man returned from injury to feature in both Argentina's warm-up games and is expected to start in midfield alongside Liverpool's Alexis Mac Allister, after missing just one game for his country since making his debut in September 2022.

Enzo's Chelsea midfield partner Moises Caicedo will also be in action in the USA with Ecuador, already being a key player for his nation at the age of 22, with 41 international caps to his name already. He is joined in Ecuador's squad by Kendry Paez, who will join the Blues from Independiente del Valle after his 18th birthday next May, and is the youngest player at this Copa America.

Argentina are involved in the tournament's opening match, when they take on Canada at 1am on Friday 21 June, before Ecuador kick off their campaign against Venezuela at 11pm on Saturday 22 June.