Salah nominated for PFA Players' Player of the Year award

Carrie Guzman
April 14, 2018

Unlike De Bruyne, Salah will not end the season with any domestic silverware.

History has been made as Fulham's 17-year-old whizzkid Ryan Sessegnon has become the first ever Championship player to make the shortlist for the young player award.

The duo are joined on the shortlist by Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane, De Bruyne's City teammates Leroy Sane and David Silva and Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea.

Salah or De Bruyne are expected to pick up the gong at the prestigious end of the season awards ceremony, and whoever wins the award will succeed Chelsea's N'Golo Kante, who was crowned the victor of the 2017 edition of the prize. Ederson, Kane, Marcus Rashford, Sessegnon, Sane and Raheem Sterling are the six names on the shortlist.

De Bruyne and Silva have, literally, been central to City rise to the Premier League summit this season.

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The PFA awards will be revealed in a ceremony later in April.

Kane and Salah had a phenomenal 54 Premier League goals between them heading into the weekend.

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.

The Egypt star scored in both legs as Liverpool knocked out City to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League earlier this week.

United will have been disappointed not to get closer to runaway leaders City this term, though one constant for them has been the form of De Gea, who is the only goalkeeper among the nominees. He scored 29 goals in 33 league appearances and was involved in a total of 50 goals in all competitions.

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