THE FUTURE is looking bright for England with five young Lions leading the bookies’ market to win the PFA Young Player of the Year award next season.
Phil Foden scooped the award last season after transforming from a young prospect to a key player for Man City last season under Pep Guardiola.
And Foden is the favourite to win the award again next year with Sky Bet at 3/1.
He would join Ryan Giggs, Robbie Fowler, Wayne Rooney and Dele Alli to have won the award two years in a row.
Foden, 21, beat the likes of Chelsea’s Mason Mount and Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold after scoring nine goals and creating five for City.
Arsenal’s winger and England hero Bukayo Saka is a slightly bigger price than Foden at 5/1.
While Chelsea’s Reece James, Man Utd’s Mason Greenwood and Arsenal’s Emile Smith-Rowe are next in the running.
PFA Young Player of the Year – Sky Bet odds
- Phil Foden 3/1
- Bukayo Saka 5/1
- Reece James 6/1
- Mason Greenwood 9/1
- Emile Smith-Rowe 10/1
- Ferran Torres 11/1
- Wesley Fofana 11/1
- Amad Diallo 12/1
- Billy Gilmour 12/1
- Callum Hudson-Odoi 14/1
- Tariq Lamptey 14/1
- Curtis Jones 16/1
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