Fan Team of the Season: Attacking midfielders

24 May 2024
Fan Team of the Season, Attacking midfielders

You can pick TWO of 10 attacking midfielders to go into the 2023/24 Premier League Fan Team of the Season

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We are going through the nominees in each position for the 2023/24 Premier League Fan Team of the Season!

What is Fan Team of the Season?

You can pick a best XI from a shortlist of 60 players who starred across the campaign. 

The players who receive the most votes from the public in their respective positions will then go into the 2023/24 Premier League Fan Team of the Season, which will be limited to a maximum of four players per club and will be unveiled on Tuesday 28 May.

You have until Monday 27 May to select TWO of 10 attacking midfielders.

Choose your 2023/24 Fan Team of the Season

Attacking midfielders

Bernardo Silva (Man City)
P33 W24 D7 L12 G6 A9

The Portugal international had another stellar season, demonstrating his adaptability to play in a Pep Guardiola team that was always rotating. His elegance when dribbling in tight spaces was instrumental in breaking down the many low blocks that Manchester City faced.

Leon Bailey (Aston Villa)
P35 W18 D8 L9 G10 A9

His third season in the Premier League was a major improvement from the previous two, with Bailey's goal tally of 10 beating his combined total from 2021/22 and 2022/23. The winger also contributed nine assists as he dazzled the Aston Villa fans with his trickery.

Jarrod Bowen (West Ham)
P34 W13 D10 L11 G16 A6

Bowen was the Hammers' star man as he enjoyed his best scoring season yet with 16 goals - half of those coming from his weaker right foot, or his head, along with six assists.

Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace)
P27 W12 D6 L9 G11 A4

Already one of the Premier League's top young talents, the Crystal Palace star seemed to become even more direct and efficient after the appointment of Oliver Glasner as Palace won six of their final seven matches.

Phil Foden (Man City)
P35 W25 D7 L3 G19 A8

The EA SPORTS Player of the Season was the key catalyst in Man City winning a historic fourth successive title and their sixth in seven seasons. Foden became a mainstay in Guardiola's side, with the 23-year-old given more freedom and responsibility as he punished opposition defences to great effect with an impressive 19 goals.

Anthony Gordon (Newcastle)
P35 W17 D4 L14 G11 A10 

While Newcastle United struggled with injuries, Gordon was a constant bright spark, hitting double figures for both goals and assists. In addition, the winger topped the table for most penalties won, with six, demonstrating just how dangerous he is with his quick feet and pace once he gets into the box.

Mohammed Kudus (West Ham)
P33 W12 D7 L14 G8 A6

The Ghanian was a revelation following his move from Ajax. His speed and skill lit up the London Stadium, and he scored a number of memorable goals.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea)
P34 W17 D8 L9 G22 A11

Aged just 21 until the start of this month, the youngster made a stunning impact as he left Man City and quickly became the main man at Chelsea. His intelligent positioning and ability to play in his team-mates alongside his clinical finishing led him to 33 goal involvements. Only Castrol Golden Boot winner Erling Haaland scored more goals, while he was only beaten to the Castrol Playmaker award by Ollie Watkins

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)
P35 W25 D5 L5 G16 A9

The 22-year-old winger was again instrumental in Arsenal's title challenge. Starting all but three of the Gunners' league matches, he scored the most goals for his side, with 16, and contributed the second-most assists, with nine, just one behind Martin Odegaard.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
P32 W19 D10 L3 G18 A10

In Jurgen Klopp's final season, the Egyptian racked up 28 combined goals and assists, playing a key role in keeping the Reds in the title race until the final few weeks of the season. 

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