However, the Belgian may be beaten to the award by Salah's free-scoring form. The Egyptian has scored 40 times in all competition, including in each leg as Liverpool dumped City out of the Champions League quarter-final 5-1 on aggregate. Salah leads the way in the race for the Premier League golden boot with 30 goals to Kane's 25. Sane and Kane are also on the shortlist for the Young Player of the Year award alongside City goalkeeper Ederson and forward Raheem Sterling, United striker Marcus Rashford and left-back Ryan Sessegnon, who has starred in Fulham's push for promotion from the Championship.
Here they are... The six nominees for PFA Men's Players' Player of the Year! ? Kevin De Bruyne ? David de Gea ⚪ Harry Kane ? Mohamed Salah ? Leroy Sane ? David Silva ? https://t.co/WNw2DifBvZ Who's YOUR winner?#bbcfootball pic.twitter.com/jsPmBJ29hjApril 14, 2018