Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah are widely expected to be in the running for the Player of the Year award due to their heroics for Manchester City and Liverpool respectively this season.
Both were rejected by Jose Mourinho at Chelsea, but have gone on to become talismanic figures for their new clubs in the Premier League.
The 59-cap Belgian is on the verge of lifting the English title thanks to influential displays that have dictated play and energised Pep Guardiola’s team.
Salah may end up being a Premier League winners’ medal short at the end of the season, but he played a pivotal role in making sure that Liverpool were the only English club left standing in the Champions League.
In total, the Egyptian international – who Transfermarkt value at £72million – has netted 39 goals in 42 appearances in all competitions, while De Bruyne has been more of a provider by creating 19 assists for his City teammates.
The duo recently went head to head in the Champions League quarter-finals, but it was Salah who came out on top, scoring in both legs to send Liverpool into the final four.
All things considered, who is more deserving of the end-of-season honour?
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