Chelsea have been the standout team this season and have dominated the Premier League for the majority of the campaign. Six Chelsea players featured in the PFA Team of the Year, but manager Jose Mourinho insisted that the entire squad should have been made up of his players.
However, both Liverpool and Arsenal have shown glimpses at stages this year and it could be argued that some of their players have been among the best in the division and recent combined 11 hosted on bookies.com showed a very good team.
The key question though would any of these players
The Arsenal winger has been one of the best players this year, and was unlucky not to win the Player of the Year award – which was won by Chelsea’s Eden Hazard. The former Barcelona forward has scored a number of crucial goals, as well as assisting others too, and has been instrumental in Arsenal’s recent rise up the Premier League table.
The Chilean has been a breath of fresh air and has settled instantly in England, while his excellent ball control and low centre of gravity make him a danger to opposing defences.
The Brazilian midfielder has been exceptional and has helped to fill the gap left by Luis Suarez after he left the club for Barcelona last summer.
The youngster has grown in confidence over the season and has chipped in with a number of key goals – including a goal of the season contender against Southampton – and helped the Reds to reach the semi-finals of both domestic cup competitions this campaign. The 22-year-old was deservedly included in the PFA Team of the Year and would definitely stand a chance of getting into the Chelsea starting line-up if he was at Stamford Bridge.
The England international has carried Liverpool at times this season and has tricked defences with his speed and skills on the ball. Although he has been portrayed negatively in the press, there is no denying that Sterling is an extremely talented footballer and he would easily feature in the Chelsea side. The youngster has copious amounts of speed, and has scored a number of crucial goals that have helped the Reds challenge in both cup competitions and the Premier League this campaign.