While Euro2016 was overall of a subpar standard, some stars delivered for their respective countries when they needed it most.
A number of players in Europe's top 24 teams displayed form well above what most of us expected from them prior to the competition, to see their valuation rise enormously.
Here are Tribalfootball's top five:
The playmaker was the star of the show for most of France's games despite being seen as more of a bit-part player prior to the tournament.
Not bad for a guy who was signed for just £10m a little over a year ago.
Griezmann was France's golden boy with six goals and two assists to claim the Player of the Tournament award.
Was already valued quite handsomely pre-Euros but will now be worth an absolute fortune to Atletico.
The Belgian was massive during the tournament, scoring two cracking goals, and will certainly attract a higher fee provided Roma are willing to listen to bigger offers.
Joshua Kimmich (Germany, Bayern Munich)
The 21-year-old missed Germany's opening match against Poland before replacing Benedikt Howedes at right-back.
Little known outside of Germany, the youngster ended up in the Euro Team of the Tournament such were the quality of his performances.
While Bayern will have no intention to see Kimmich go anywhere anytime soon, his performances in France will certainly see his valuation skyrocket.
'The Welsh Pirlo' was one of the main reasons behind his nation's run to the semi-finals.
Hardly given a start at Liverpool last season, Allen was the mastermind in midfield as the Dragons conquered almost all before them.
His performances for the Azzurri have attracted plenty of interest and it appears as though a transfer to Napoli is set to go through, something that may have not been possible before the tournament.
Was France's best player in the final defeat to Portugal which has prompted some outlets to report that he is being valued at a massive £35m.