Futaa takes a look at every Premier League club’s Player of the 2018/19 season
Futaa takes a look at every Premier League club’s Player of the 2018/19 season
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Futaa takes a look at every Premier League club’s Player of the 2018/19 season

After an exhilarating season of Premier League action, Futaa takes a look at the individual who enjoyed a successful campaign with their respective teams. 

Here are all the players of the season award winners for all the 20 top flight teams. (arranged according to final Premier League position)

Manchester City - Bernardo Silva

Forget about Raheem Sterling, Silva was the cog in Pep Guardiola's juggernaut this season. The Portuguese proved once again that there isn't any position he can't excel in. 

Liverpool - Virgil van Dijk

There is no debate here. The only question mark we still have regarding Virgil van Dijk is whether he will win the Ballon d'Or too after bagging the PFA Player of the Year. 

Chelsea - Eden Hazard

For seven seasons, Eden Hazard was the gift that kept giving for Chelsea. The PFA Player of the Year nominee was the runaway winner for Chelsea - no one else had a chance. 

Hazard, who dumped Chelsea for Real Madrid on Friday, finished as the Premier League's playmaker of the season. 

Tottenham - Son Heung-min

Spurs fans love him and he loves scoring. A less glamorous end to the campaign for both himself and Tottenham messed everything up. 

Arsenal - Alexandre Lacazette

One of the few shining lights in another frustrating season for Arsenal. Lacca recorded 19 goals and 13 assists across all competitions with 11 of those giving the Gunners the lead. Crucial. 

Manchester Utd - Luke Shaw

Where do we even begin here? the only explanation we have is someone had to win it, didn't they? We will have to ask the club for this pick. Smh! 

Wolves - Joao Moutinho

Wolves have been superb since they returned to the Premier League for the first time since 2012 and João Moutinho was without a doubt a general in their midfield. 

If they keep up the momentum, Molineux Stadium will be a fortress. Don't say we didn't tell you. 

Everton - Lucas Digne

Even his teammates including Idrissa Gana Gueye agree the French left-back has been immense for the Toffees. No wonder Tottenham are willing to risk it all in their pursuit.  

Leicester - Ricardo Pereira

Remember that thunder-rocket 🚀 against Manchester City? 

West Ham - Lukasz Fabianski 

The Hammer of the Year label at West Ham was up for grabs between the former Arsenal goalkeeper and Declan Rice. 

Lukasz Fabianski kept seven clean sheets in 38 Premier League appearances. 

Watford - Etienne Capoue

Etienne Capoue snatched Watford's prestigious Graham Taylor Player of the Season award with his dominance in the team's midfield. 

Crystal Palace - Aaron Wan-Bissaka

There is a reason why a number of big teams including Bayern Munich and Manchester United are chasing his signature. 

The 21-year-old is probably the most improved player in the Premier League this season.

Newcastle - Salomon Rondon

It's still unclear whether he will be at the club next season despite having a hand in 47% of the club's goals this term. 

Bournemouth - Ryan Fraser

The Scottish winger picked up both the Player's Player of the Year award and the supporter's version and no wonder Arsenal are reportedly after him. 

Burnley - Ashley Westwood

Defensive midfielder Ashley Westwood contributed two goals and seven assists for the Clarets while also providing those behind him with a solid presence in the midfield. 

Southampton - Nathan Redmond

Nine goals and six assists for the 25-year-old. Enough. 

Brighton - Shane Duffy

Brighton conceded just 56 goals all season in the Premier League, only four more than Manchester United and the POTY award just had to go to one of their defenders. 

Shane Duffy who took it home, with 41% of the vote. 

Cardiff - Neil Etheridge

Turns out, he's everybody's favourite Fantasy Football goalkeeper.

Fulham - Calum Chambers

Despite relegation, Chambers, on loan from Arsenal has been immense for the club this season with almost half of the club's fans opting for him as their best performer of their campaign. 

Huddersfield - Christopher Schindler

For a second consecutive season...

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