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The top ten best Premier League players right now

The top ten best Premier League players right now

We are approaching the end of the season and the awards ceremony is coming soon. We believe that the top four contenders still have a chance of winning the individual awards.

10) Casemiro

Despite winning five Champions League titles, Manchester United’s decision to sign Luka Modric and Toni Kroos’ less skilled midfield teammate was criticized by Premier League pundits. However, they were surprised when Casemiro proved them wrong by improving the United midfield, just as he promised.

As Casemiro has mainly been seen playing in the Champions League, where he was a steady midfielder at the base of Real Madrid’s midfield, his ability to attack has caught some people off guard. This unexpected trait has proven effective this season, particularly with his late runs from midfield catching opponents off guard.

In addition to his attacking prowess, his ability to attract the ball from set-pieces has made him a valuable asset for United. Therefore, United has found a player who excels in both attack and defense while also keeping everything together in midfield.

9) Alexis Mac Allister

He has had a remarkable season, featuring in and standing out in almost every game except the first one that Argentina lost on their way to winning the World Cup. He scored a goal against Poland and provided an assist in the final against France. Moreover, when looking for the key player who contributed to Brighton’s impressive performance this season, most people would point to him.

He has formed a central midfield partnership with Moises Caicedo that rivals those seen in the Champions League. As a result, both players are likely to receive offers from top European clubs when the summer transfer window opens. Since box-to-box midfielders with both creativity and tackling abilities are highly sought after in top-level football, Mac Allister, who is valued at £60m, would be considered a bargain.

8) Rodri

Do you agree that it’s boring? Rodri has made 2048 passes, which is over 300 more than the second-best player, Lewis Dunk. He has the best pass completion rate of any Premier League midfielder, with a percentage of 91.3%. 

Moreover, he has made nearly 400 more touches than any other Premier League player. 

Although his style of play may not be very exciting, it’s impressive to watch. Claims that his play is too safe are baseless since he has also made the most progressive passes and passes into the final third of any player in the league. 

Furthermore, he has contributed five assists and two goals to his team.

7) Bruno Guimaraes

Newcastle’s players, including Bruno, owe a great deal of appreciation to their goalkeeper and centre-backs, who have all played outstandingly this season and could easily have made it into a top 20 list. However, Bruno’s performance has been a significant factor in the success of Nick Pope, Sven Botman, and Fabian Schar. He defends, collects, and distributes the ball in a straightforward yet skillful manner, creating a strong foundation for the team.

As Newcastle continues to grow and establish themselves as a formidable force in European football, they do not need to worry about replacing Bruno, as he is an exceptional player who could excel in any team worldwide.

6) Harry Kane

Antonio Conte is the reason why Tottenham is currently in fourth place and without him, they would likely be a mid-table team at best.

 Despite scoring 18 goals in the Premier League this season, Harry Kane’s performance has become so standard that it has gone unnoticed. 

After his unsuccessful attempt to transfer to Manchester City, which did not garner much sympathy, there is renewed talk about how he deserves a trophy. Manchester United has a gap in their team that could be filled by someone like Harry Kane.

5) Marcus Rashford

The phrase “Form is temporary, class is permanent” comes to mind when considering Marcus Rashford’s recent performances, but this is not simply a return to form for him. Rather, he is currently operating at a level far above what he has shown in the past. After being touted as a £100m player for several years, he has finally reached that level.

While he may not be Kylian Mbappe, Rashford exudes a similar sense of invincibility when he receives the ball on the left wing, with his confidence growing stronger with each game.

4) Kevin De Bruyne

Similar to Harry Kane, it appears that we are getting used to Kevin De Bruyne’s exceptional talent. Even when he is not performing at his peak, which is the current situation, he is still better than almost everyone else.

De Bruyne started the season in impressive fashion, recording nine assists in his first nine games. However, he has experienced a slight dip in form since then, adding just four more assists to his tally. Nevertheless, he still leads the league in key passes, with 76, and has the most shot-creating actions, with 135.

3) Martin Odegaard

It can be challenging to harbor any hatred towards Arsenal, with the exception of their manager, and Martin Odegaard plays a significant role in that sentiment. He is fiercely competitive, but never crosses the line, and he has an uncanny ability to control games. However, what truly sets him apart is his ability to maintain his composure and keep his emotions in check.

Odegaard is an outstanding captain, and Mikel Arteta should be given immense credit for appointing him to that role. Under Odegaard’s leadership, Arsenal has experienced a meteoric rise.

2) Erling Haaland

Regardless of whether or not he has made Manchester City a better or worse team, it is undeniable that the player in question is a brilliant individual. He is on track to break the Premier League record for goals in a single season, and that is a testament to his exceptional talent.

1) Bukayo Saka

This player is deserving of all the money and trophies in the world. Not only is he the best player in the Premier League, but he is also arguably the kindest individual on the planet.

Saka’s ability to maneuver past challenges is remarkable, and his decision-making has been almost flawless this season. He is, without a doubt, the most effective playmaker in the Premier League, and he is loved by all who watch him play.

The top ten best Premier League players right now

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