It was Harry Kane who picked up the prize for a third time last season after scoring an impressive 23 goals in 35 matches whe also winning the playmaker award with 14 assists.
The future of the Tottenham Hostpur striker however remains precarious with Manchester City still desperate to bring the England captain up North. But despite the uncertainty, Kane is among the favourites to finish on top once more.
As is Chelsea signing Romelu Lukaku who has completed a £98 million transfer from Inter Milan, where he scored 24 goals last season to guide the Italian giants to a first Serie A title in 11 years.
Meanwhile Mohammed Salah who was narrowly beaten to the prize is also expected to be in the mix come the end of the season, alongside Bruno Fernandes who currently leads the way after his hat trick against Leeds in Manchester United opening day 5-1 victory.
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