Five Blues up for PFA awards

Five Blues up for PFA awards

Five Blues up for PFA awards

The 17-year-old wonderkid has been in sparkling form for the Cottagers this season, scoring 14 goals and creating six more, and it seems nearly certain that he will be playing Premier League football next season even if Fulham fail to win promotion this year.

The victor will be announced at the PFA's annual awards ceremony in London on Sunday, 22 April.

Salah meanwhile has enjoyed a sensational debut season at Liverpool.

De Bruyne has registered a league-best 12 assists for City, while also scoring seven times.

Considering he's not been a confirmed starter all season long, makes the aforementioned stats even more remarkable than they are. The Spanish global has kept 16 clean sheets in the league this season as Jose Mourinho's side look to keep pace with Man City as best they can.

Some of his goals have certainly been clutch and ultimately will prove crucial in City's impending title triumph.

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An African superstar has been named as one of the nominees for PFA Player of the Year.

Salah is considered the favorite, with his chief competition coming from Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.

That haul leaves him just two shy of the Premier League record for goals in a single 38-game season, with Liverpool still having five games to play.

Kane may have gotten plenty of stick from opposition fans for claiming one for the dubious goals this week, but the Spurs frontman has still had a supremely productive season. He's now leading the Golden Boot race, four goals clear of second-placed Kane.

David de Gea (Manchester United) and Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) made the list of final names vying for the prestigious accolade - which is voted for by PFA members from the 92 Premier League and Football League teams.

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