The Premier League’s PFA Men’s Young Player of the Year nominees have been announced which features Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.
The prestigious award sees a host of the Premier League’s youngest and most exciting talent go head-to-head for the right to claim the well-respected award.
Both Rashford and Greenwood find themselves included in the award’s six-man nomination list after both attackers enjoyed a fine campaign last season.
Rashford, 22 and Greenwood, 18 combined wonderfully last season across the United front-line and managed to rack up a superb 56 goal contributions in 94 appearances in all competitions.
The award boasts a long-line of previous winners who have gone onto enjoy successful careers as more established senior players with some past winners including the likes of Man City’s Raheem Sterling (2018-19), Spurs’ Harry Kane (2014-15), Spurs’ Gareth Bale (2012-13) and United’s Cristiano Ronaldo (2006-07).
This year’s nominees have been announced with the full list below:
Liverpool | Trent Alexander-Arnold | 21-years-old
Chelsea | Tammy Abraham | 22-years-old
Manchester United | Mason Greenwood | 18-years-old
Chelsea | Mason Mount | 21-years-old
Manchester United | Marcus Rashford | 22-years-old
Arsenal | Bukayo Saka | 18-years-old
🚨 BREAKING 🚨
PFA Men’s Young Player of The Year Nominees:
🔴 Trent Alexander-Arnold
🔵 Tammy Abraham
🔴 Mason Greenwood
🔵 Mason Mount
🔴 Marcus Rashford
🔴 Bukayo Saka pic.twitter.com/m2kng2OsPO
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) September 4, 2020