Erling Haaland from Manchester City clinches the PFA men’s players’ player of the year accolade, while Bukayo Saka of Arsenal secures the young player of the year title

At 23 years old, Norway’s forward Haaland achieved a remarkable feat,

scoring an impressive 52 goals across all competitions during his debut season with Pep Guardiola’s team.


Haaland outshined his fellow teammates like Kevin de Bruyne and John Stones,

along with notable players such as Arsenal’s Saka and Martin Odegaard, as well as Tottenham’s Harry Kane, who has moved on to Bayern Munich.


In the previous season, City secured an extraordinary Treble by clinching victories in the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League.


Reflecting on this achievement, Haaland expressed,

“Winning this prestigious award is truly an honor.

The recognition from my peers is an incredible feeling, and I extend my gratitude to all who cast their votes for me.

Both the team and I had an unforgettable season. Sharing in the joy of the Treble victory with such an exceptional group of players was truly amazing.

Last season holds cherished memories, and now, we aspire to replicate that success in the coming year.

Our strong start to this season motivates us to maintain this momentum.”

By Chinedu

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