Who Are The 25 Best Premier League Players Now?

Whilst watching a recent television program, enjoying highlights of Football's Premier League, I was fascinated to listen to a discussion between the pundits about how a top flight team can win, and keep winning in the toughest league in the world. With the world at his feet, the youngster has gone from strength to strength under Jurgen Klopp: since the start of last season, he has at least five more assists (22) than any other player in the Premier League (yes, including De Bruyne), from right-back.
The Belgian's goal in the Manchester derby saw them leapfrog United with only two games of the season remaining in 2011-12, allowing them to win their first title since 1968, and his long-range strike to see City past Leicester last season was arguably even more memorable.

Highlights include his amazing self-made volley against Manchester United, his hat-trick away to Roma in the Champions League, a stunning individual running goal at home to London rivals Tottenham and a late header to win last season's Premiership match at home against Manchester United.
Manchester United employs three of the five highest-paid players in the Premier League: Alexis Sanchez, Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku Sanchez (who is currently recovering from a groin injury but is expected to make a return in two weeks) topped Business Insider's list as the highest-paid player in the Premier League, with an estimated earnings of $21.5 million.

After missing most of the last season due to injuries, it is looking clear that De Bruyne is back at his very best this time around as he has already scored seven goals along with providing 14 assists in 25 matches in all competitions for the current English champions.
Since his return to the Premier League, Salah has netted 85 goals, winning the Golden Boot twice, and picking up winners medals in the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, as Liverpool look to restore themselves back at the top of English football.

Robin Russel-Fisher, Finance Director at Evolution Money, said: ‘'It's really interesting to see which UK towns and cities have produced the hottest players in this season's Premier League and it's great to see that the talent comes from all across the country.
Critics of Manchester City will point out that it is part of a multi-club ownership model and that there are commercial deals with related parties which might not apply should the club be sold and therefore a prospective owner might not be willing to pay this value.
Having come through the clubs academy, Rashford has finally started to fulfil his massive potential, scoring a career-best 17 goals so far this season, comfortably Manchester United ‘s most influential player in what has been a largely underwhelming campaign.

The arrival of Berbatov has made Tevez spent more time on the bench that out on the field, this has caused him a little unconformity, although he knows very well that is in a big team with many excellent players, where everyone has to struggle to obtain the starting positions.
In contrast to players from other parts of the world, Fernández was not an international player, being one of the few footballers who had stayed with one club (Universitario) his entire athletic career despite several offers from top clubs (including Racing club of Argentina, Peñarol of Uruguay and Colo Colo of Chile).
A torn hamstring is likely to have ruled Harry Kane out for the rest of the season and maybe even the Euros this summer, but that hasn't prevented the England captain establishing himself as the most valuable Premier League striker on Football Index.

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