Mohamed Salah will be out to defend his PFA Player of the Year title after winning it in his first full season in the Premier League.
The Liverpool winger scored a record-breaking 32 goals and was a shoo-in for the award, becoming just the second African to win it after Riyad Mahrez did so two years previously.
He can now be backed at a joint industry-best price of 10/1 (11.0) with dabblebet to become the first player since Cristiano Ronaldo to win it in consecutive seasons.
The online bookmaker also offers 14/1 (15.0) about Harry Kane winning the award for the first time after establishing himself as one of the world’s best strikers in the last three years.
The England captain netted 30 league goals last term to take his top flight tally to 108 goals in just 150 matches, and after winning the Golden Boot at the World Cup, the Spurs striker will be oozing with confidence.
Should Kane win the award, he will join Gareth Bale and David Ginola as the only Tottenham players to have won it in the Premier League era.
Pogba was one of the key figures as France lifted the World Cup this summer and will hope to take that form into the Premier League as United look for a first title in what will be six years.
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