Kevin de Bruyne is "the more complete player" when compared to Mo Salah, says Chris Hughton.
Kevin de Bruyne is "a master brain of football". But "it's important" for Mo Salah to have won the award.
Gary Neville admits Mohamed Salah has been "absolutely incredible", but De Bruyne just pips him.
Santi Cazorla was at No 11, narrowly missing out. Two clubs have more than one entrant.
Real Madrid want all the best players in England, basically. And Man United are desperate for a left-back.
Klopp believes Salah's award deserves context: “I have to say when Kevin De Bruyne plays like this..."
Pep Guardiola insists "there was no player better" than Kevin de Bruyne this season. Even Mo Salah.
One Man United player. One Liverpool player. Three(!) Tottenham players. And a Nicolas Otamendi.
One title is not going to be enough for these boys; they are in the mood to dominate English football.
Mohamed Salah is "probably going to win" the Player of the Year award, says Kevin de Bruyne.
Man City contribute half the shortlist, while five-season PL veteran Harry Kane makes the Young Player list...
Mohamed Salah "has to win Player of the Year now," according to Jamie Carragher. And here's why.
Pogba's hair-raising performance, City's collapse, Sanchez's brilliance, Mourinho's motivation and more...
Jose Mourinho could not turn Kevin De Bruyne into Kevin De Bruyne, though...
Kevin de Bruyne has revealed that his PFA Player of the Year vote has gone to Mohamed Salah.
"I don't think so," said De Bruyne, when asked whether the atmosphere at Anfield would be a factor.
This is refreshing. There is almost no game where his standard has dropped, apparently.
On those Chelsea tactics, Man City brilliance, Gundogan, Christensen, both Silvas, Hazard and...
Eden Hazard believes "there are three" players capable of calling themselves the Premier League's best.
Jurgen Klopp admits he "forgot a few", but reels off four players battling Salah for honours.
“He is an absolute talent... the new De Bruyne.” Liverpool might regret not stumping up in 2016...
Michael Owen has kindly ranked De Bruyne, Scholes, Giggs and Beckham in terms of passing ability.
A sodding marvellous midweek, including the Champions League's return. We're a bit giddy.
...seven players from promoted clubs, and it was that kind of weekend. How could you not reward Newcastle?
Pep says De Bruyne can be the first man not named Messi or Ronaldo to win the Ballon d'Or since 2007.
"I am very lucky because most of the goals come from his assists - I just have to hit the ball."
Kevin De Bruyne and Fernandinho challenges are used as evidence that City give as good as they get...
They beat Man City but miss out to champions-elect, Tottenham, Chelsea, Spurs and Bournemouth.
Every team in the top six is represented at least once but there is no place for the PL's most expensive signings.
"We've only got 15 or 16 players available at the moment so we need to get through it." Any sympathy?
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