Cameroon and Namibia were the last teams to book their tickets to Ivory Coast on Tuesday night to seal the 24-team line-up for the winter tournament.
It all kicks off on January 13, 2024, meaning Premier League players called up will be absent from domestic duty for as long as a month, with the final scheduled for February 11.
Newcastle and Manchester City are the only clubs not likely to send a player to AFCON, while the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool are all waving goodbye to star players.
Here is our list of Premier League players available for selection for AFCON 2023…
Mohamed Elneny (Egypt), Thomas Partey (Ghana)
Nicolas Jackson (Senegal)
Andre Onana (Cameroon), Amad Diallo (Ivory Coast), Hannibal Mejbri (Tunisia), Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco)
Mohamed Salah (Egypt)
Yves Bissouma (Mali), Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal)
Mohammed Kudus (Ghana), Said Benrahma (Algeria), Maxwel Cornet (Ivory Coast), Nayef Aguerd (Morocco)
Calvin Bassey & Alex Iwobi (Nigeria), Fode Ballo-Toure (Senegal)
Frank Onyeka (Nigeria), Bryan Mbeumo (Cameroon), Yoane Wissa (DR Congo)
Jordan Ayew & Jeffrey Schlupp* (Ghana), Cheick Doucoure (Mali)
*Currently retired, subject to media reports of a possible return
Tariq Lamptey (Ghana), Carlos Baleba (Cameroon), Simon Adingra (Ivory Coast), Samy Chouchane (Tunisia)
Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso)
Ola Aina & Taiwo Awoniyi (Nigeria), Serge Aurier, Willy Boly & Ibrahim Sangare (Ivory Coast), Moussa Niakhate & Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal)
Rayan Ait-Nouri (Algeria), Boubacar Traore (Mali)
Idrissa Gueye (Senegal)
Dango Ouattara (Burkina Faso), Antoine Semenyo (Ghana), Hamed Traore (Ivory Coast)
Issa Kabore (Burkina Faso), Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu (DR Congo)
Ismaila Coulibaly (Mali), Anis Ben Slimane (Tunisia)
Anass Zaroury (Morocco), Lyle Foster (South Africa)