Watch: Kevin De Bruyne explains his choice for PFA Player of the Year


Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne says he voted for Liverpool‘s Mohamed Salah in the ballot for the PFA Player of the Year award.

De Bruyne and Salah were locked in a two-man race for the annual award, which is voted for by fellow players, after enjoying phenomenal seasons.

The Belgian international has been instrumental in City’s canter to the Premier League title, scoring 12 goals and picking up 20 assists in all competitions so far this term.

Salah, meanwhile, has been in astounding form at Liverpool, registering a phenomenal 43 goals and 15 assists across all competitions.

Watch the video below to hear De Bruyne explain his choice.

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