Phil Foden shortlisted for two PFA awards, Manchester City dominated the nominees

Manchester City’s midfielder Phil Foden has been nominated for the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) men’s Player of the Year as well as the Young Player of the Year award. Foden has performed brilliantly for Manchester City as he helped the club to win Premier League and League Cup. Apart from this, he also contributed to reaching the Champions League final where the club finished as runners-up. Across all the competition this season, Folan has made 50 appearances for Manchester City.

Pep Guardiola’s City dominated the six-man list with last year’s winner Kevin de Bruyne, Ruben Dias, and Ilkay Gundogan also in contention.

Midfielder Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United who is the top scorer for the club and Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur who topped the league by scoring 23 goals and 14 assists completes the list of nominees.

The players who are short-listed for the Young Player of the Year award are Liverpool’s defender Trent Alexander-Arnold, Arsenal forward Bukayo Saka, West Ham’s midfielder Declan Rice, Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount, and Manchester City’s midfielder Phil Foden. Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood, who pulled out of the England squad with injury, also made the list.

Chelsea trio Sam Kerr, Fran Kirby, and Ann-Katrin Berger are on the list for the women’s Player of the Year award, along with City’s Lauren Hemp, Chloe Kelly, and Sam Mewis. Hemp is also in contention with teammate Ellie Roebuck for the women’s Young Player of the Year award.

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