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10. Thiago Alcantara
Thiago is unquestionably one of the top midfielders in the world when fit. This season, he was able to remain healthy for longer than normal, which contributed to Liverpool’s strong performances throughout the season.
9. Christian Eriksen
Back to football, and back to becoming one of the Premier League’s top midfielders. Eriksen injected new life into a Brentford squad that had been falling down the league before to his arrival. A standout performer.
8. Martin Odegaard
This season, Arsenal’s top player by far. Sure, it was a heartbreaking season, but Odegaard shown that he can lead the Gunners towards a promising future.
7. Mason Mount
Mason Mount’s form has been hit and miss this season, but he remains one of Chelsea’s most vital players. He’s a Stamford Bridge fan favorite for a reason.
For the past three years, Fabinho has been Liverpool’s most consistent excellent midfielder. They’ll be hoping he’ll be totally healthy for the Champions League final this weekend.
5. Conor Gallagher
Conor Gallagher was an amazing revelation for Crystal Palace during the 2021/22 season. He’ll be trying to maintain his form at Chelsea next season.
4. Bernardo Silva
Bernardo Silva is difficult not to admire everytime he steps onto the field. His precise control, quickness, and turn of speed allow him to carry the ball for as long as he wants. He usually produces a critical pass, assist, or goal at the end of his meandering runs.
3. Declan Rice
Declan Rice will be sold for a large sum of money at some point in the future, most likely. Sure, the ‘English player’ tax will raise his asking price, but he’ll also draw big bucks since he’s one of the finest defensive midfielders in the Premier League.
Rodri has had his detractors throughout the years, but admitting his genius has become popular this season. Replacing the legendary Fernandinho was never going to be simple, but the Spaniard has consistently risen to the occasion and is now one of Pep Guardiola’s few “undroppables.”
1. Kevin De Bruyne
He’s arrived. The Premier League’s top midfielder. Kevin De Bruyne appears to be on his way back to his best after a couple injury setbacks, and we’re loving it.