The six players with the most combined votes will enter the Premier League Hall of Fame.
After nine seasons as the mainstay of the Tottenham Hotspur defence, Sol Campbell made the controversial move across north London to Arsenal in 2001, where, in his first season, he helped the Gunners to their second Premier League title.
He is one of only three central defenders to make more than 500 Premier League appearances.
"For me, it was easy because everybody was conscious that I had signed a great player." - Arsene Wenger
"Sol was an excellent player. He had pace, strength and a great reading of the game. He was as solid as a rock as a centre-half." - Michael Owen
"When he was at Arsenal, he was well-respected and always gave his all." - Tony Adams
Campbell holds the Premier League record for the longest unbeaten run by a player, going 56 matches without defeat between November 2002 and October 2004.
He is one of only 13 players to have appeared in 500+ Premier League matches.